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.
KOLB EDUCATOR ROLE PROFILE