Sharpen your awareness about your preferences for educating others, and make deliberate choices about what works best for you in your role.

The Kolb Edu­ca­tor Role Pro­file (KERP) was cre­at­ed to help you clar­i­fy the role you pre­fer to take in help­ing oth­ers learn. This role includes your edu­ca­tion­al phi­los­o­phy, your teach­ing style, the goals you set for learn­ers, and the prac­tices you use to pro­mote learning.

The KERP describes four roles that effec­tive edu­ca­tors use: Facil­i­ta­tor, Expert, Eval­u­a­tor and Coach. Edu­ca­tors play these roles as they help learn­ers max­i­mize learn­ing by mov­ing through the four stages of the expe­ri­en­tial learn­ing cycle.

Most of us adopt all of these roles to some extent in var­i­ous sit­u­a­tions in our teach­ing. How­ev­er, we do tend to have a pref­er­ence for one or two role posi­tions, because of edu­ca­tion­al phi­los­o­phy, per­son­al teach­ing style, and the edu­ca­tion­al set­ting and its man­dates and requirements.

The KERP is designed to help you sharp­en your aware­ness of these pref­er­ences and to make delib­er­ate choic­es about what works best for you in your spe­cif­ic situation.

How It Works

  • Take the com­pli­men­ta­ry Kolb Edu­ca­tor Role Pro­file online.
  • The assess­ment takes 10 min­utes or less to complete.
  • After sub­mit­ting the assess­ment, you will receive an email with your Kolb Edu­ca­tor Role Pro­file sur­vey results and detailed inter­pre­tive report.

Who Should Take This Assessment?

While the edu­ca­tor role is most often asso­ci­at­ed with teach­ing in the class­room or work­shops, you may also assume these roles as a man­ag­er, con­sul­tant, coach, par­ent or friend.

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