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This month GIS made available on its website new equity-aware implementation competencies to download here. The joint chairpersons of the group explain how you can use the new standards. Why
Competencies for Implementation Facilitators (Third Edition) – Equitable Implementation Facilitation Competency Standards (EIFCS)
These competencies have been the focus of the GIS Standards & Competencies Committee for the past six years (2018-2024). Throughout that period, GIS Standards & Competencies Committee members, our co-chairs
This webinar with the GIRA Associate Editors explores how best to share the lessons of your professional experience through publication.
Scaling-Up Innovations Thank you to GIS member, Laura Ghiron, for sharing her time with us on November 9, 2022. During this presentation and facilitated discussion, attendees explore what is required
GIRA Description and Ongoing Call for Manuscripts Global Implementation Research and Applications (GIRA) is the official journal of the Global Implementation Society. Our focus is on research and practice applications
GIS Member Highlight - Diane Ryndak, PhD This blog is part of an ongoing effort of the Global Implementation Society to directly recognize GIS members for their work in implementation
GIS Member Highlight - Deborah Taub, PhD This blog is part of an ongoing effort of the Global Implementation Society to directly recognize GIS members for their work in implementation
We're so excited to introduce you to our newest GIS Board Members, who will help set the vision and direction of our impactful global society for the next three years!
Deborah Taub, PhD of the TIES Center, a national technical assistance center on inclusive practices and policies, speaks to the critical importance of equity in education.
Updated Competencies for Implementation Facilitators (Second Edition) – ¡También en Español! We must recognize John Øvretveit and Paul Tortoloni for their leadership on the GIS Standards & Competencies committee and
Competencias basadas en evidencia para personas que facilitan la Implementación. La declaración de competencias de GIS fue desarrollada para permitir que: Las personas —que facilitan la implementación a tiempo parcial