Learning Circles


Orientation First, take some time to familiarize yourself with P2PU and the learning circle model. Reflection and wrap up Like all good things, learning circles must come to an end (usually after 6-8 weeks). Promotion and outreach After you’ve created your learning circle, you’ll need to conduct promotion and outreach. Testimony Afterwards, share your experience so others can learn about your journey. Courses and topics This is the space to discuss specific course topics in more detail. Creating a learning circle To run a learning circle, you’ll need choose a topic, location, date and time to meet. Facilitation There is still a lot to consider to ensure a successful peer learning experience.
About the Learning Circles category [Learning Circles] (3)
Resources for Learning Circles [Learning Circles] (3)
Learning Circle pilot in Adelaide [Learning Circles] (3)
Python/Django for Bioinformaticians club in Kyiv, Ukraine [Learning Circles] (1)
This is Where you Belong! Come and Join Now [Learning Circles] (1)
Permission for Using MOOCS [Learning Circles] (2)
Feedback on first Circles [Learning Circles] (1)
Commons University Association [Learning Circles] (3)
English as a second or foreign language [Learning Circles] (3)
Find the Right Course [Learning Circles] (5)
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Marketing Ideas for Learning Circles [Learning Circles] (2)
Want Learning Circles in Your Town? [Learning Circles] (3)