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Kim Castelin posted a blog post

Trying Fun New Methods

I recently had the pleasure to support projects managed by the USDA FAS and the USAID Tanzania Mission. The workshops I was asked to lead presented an awesome opportunity to practice using new-to-me methods, and I was incredibly pleased with the results. The first was Graphic Recording- the room was full of representatives from different implementing partner teams, all with a different role in the project. Two key outcomes came of this method 1) there was a visual of how the different, most…See More
Monday
Kim Castelin commented on Roberta Carino's blog post 'Organizational Knowledge Sharing approaches and tools'
"Hi Roberta, I work for WSU, where access to policies and manuals of the type you are asking about is critical. Some observations on what works well at WSU: 1) the best organized websites within the University have a Forms/ Policies/ Manuals page…"
Feb 14
Kim Castelin posted a blog post

New Year, New Learning Opportunity

Happy (Gregorian) New Year to KM4Dev-ers near and far!Washington State University is excited to announce new course offerings for 2018 of the Monitoring and Evaluation Leadership in Learning online course. The first offering starts January 16th and is tailored to development professionals, M&E leaders, program managers, and project leaders who are seeking an intermediate-level challenge to start the New Year off with a bang!To learn more and to register visit…See More
Jan 8
Kim Castelin posted a status
"WSU's online M& Leadership in Learning online course is open for 3 more sessions in 2018! https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/263643"
Dec 7, 2017
Kim Castelin and Peter J. Bury are now friends
Dec 7, 2017

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Name (Do NOT forget to upload a picture; that helps being admitted to KM4Dev)
Kim
Occupation/Title
Research Associate, M&E Specialist
Organization
Washington State University
Organization Type
Academic/Research
Organization URL
http://wsu.edu
Areas of KM Expertise
Research, Change Management
Email ID
kim.castelin@wsu.edu
Other Interests
trail running, tiny house building, cooking and eating
Languages Spoken
French, Malagasy, Dari, Arabic

Kim Castelin's Blog

Trying Fun New Methods

I recently had the pleasure to support projects managed by the USDA FAS and the USAID Tanzania Mission. The workshops I was asked to lead presented an awesome opportunity to practice using new-to-me methods, and I was incredibly pleased with the results. The first was Graphic Recording- the room was full of representatives from different implementing partner teams, all with a different role in the project. Two key outcomes came of this method 1) there was a visual of how the different, most…

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Posted on February 14, 2018 at 8:07pm

New Year, New Learning Opportunity

Happy (Gregorian) New Year to KM4Dev-ers near and far!

Washington State University is excited to announce new course offerings for 2018 of the Monitoring and Evaluation Leadership in Learning online course. The first offering starts January 16th and is tailored to development professionals, M&E leaders, program managers, and project leaders who are seeking an intermediate-level challenge to start the New Year off with a bang!

To learn more and to register visit…

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Posted on January 2, 2018 at 10:40pm

New online M&E Leadership in Learning Course

Hello KM4Dev Community.

Monitoring and Evaluation Leadership in Learning

Until today I have been a somewhat quiet observer to this group, but have gotten a lot out of the interactions I see come through my mailbox and on this site.

I am the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist with Global Research and Engagement at Washington State University. My team and I have pooled our collective experiences to…

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Posted on August 1, 2017 at 10:00pm

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