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The Global Community for Transformative Learning Practitioners. 

 

Experience a paradiagm shift with our Transformative Learning Program.  Elevate your expertise, amplify your impact and redefine your narrative.

 

Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century has evolved. 

Regardless of your role, position, or experience in education,  and you must stay relevant to help them succeed in the workplace and society. Qedex offers engaging, comprehensive, and relevant possibilities as you embark on a journey towards teaching reinvention. 

 

Join the next cohort of Transformative Educators:

K-12: 

Higher Ed: 

Unlock your full potential with our Transformative Learning experience.

Elevate your skills, broaden your perspecitives, and embrace a journey of personal and professional growth. Ignite your curiosity and reshape your future today! 

Qedex Community

Connecting a global education community for Transformative Leaning.  We welcome primary, secondary (K-12) and higher education professionals to join our movement in reforming the way we teach. 

Collaborative environment:

Fosters participation, networking, dialogue, and
the sharing of Transformative Learning best
practices without borders.

Local and global networking:

Breaking-down silos between departments,
disciplines, institutions, and countries, while
supporting diverse experiences and perspectives
in higher education from around the world.

Peer-led and peer-driven:

Community groups created by and for
education professionals enable peer-to peer
learning with opportunities to ask for advice,
receive feedback, and share insights on Transformative Learning.

Intentional planning:

Members can formulate their own personalized
Professional Development Plans (PDPs) and
determine levels of transparency by sharing
selected elements for insight and feedback with
the community.

Case Studies

Vorhees University

American University of Ras Al Khaimah

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Testimonials

"Qedex is an excellent learning platform for all faculty and staff in India. We strongly encourage institutions to take this opportunity to provide affordability and access to professional development. Internationalisation and professional development are key measures of the National Education Policy 2020 and we are grateful for the opportunity to have QASPIR as our partner in this new initiative."
"Qedex expands our Teaching Center's capacity to support our faculty by integrating seamlessly into our professional development structure. We are excited about this partnership with Qedex and about their global reach which pairs wonderfully with our Transformative Learning Initiatives."
Dr. Jeff King, University of Central Oklahoma
Assistant Vice President for Transformative Leaning
It was a great program and I thoroughly enjoyed learning and applying some new strategies to my classes. Already I can feel a change in the way students are engaging with the lessons. Congratulations on an exemplary program!”
Dale Crowe JD, Ph.D.
Sanford College of Education, National University
“We have been searching for new and innovative ways of supporting our graduates as they move into their careers. Our partnership with Qedex enables professional development for our faculty, staff and graduates at an extremely affordable price. Feedback so far from all stakeholders has been excellent, and we can continue supporting graduates as they move into the education system. Qedex is a revelation and will play an important role in higher education for years to come.”
Dr Daniel Kirk
Dean of Education Winona State University
“Today, I completed all four courses.  I found the material substantive and worthwhile. I am excited to re-examine my own courses now,
Dr April White Pugh.
Southern Wesleyan University
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Qaspir Foundation Research Survey for Faculty Preparedness to Facilitate Soft Skills©

A 17 question survey.

Please move through questions 1-16 quickly and mark your initial feeling about how you would rate yourself. A final question allows for free form response.

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‘First Generation’ - A formal definition of a first-generation college student is a student whose parent(s) did not complete a four-year college or university degree and who therefore has no immediate family role model for being a college student.
If each of the following were added as an outcome you were supposed to help your students achieve in each of the classes you teach, how well prepared do you feel you are right now to help students reach the indicated outcome?
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