Category Archives: Participatory learning

The Characteristics of Participatory Learning

Read Read also: The Characteristics of Participatory Learning In extended conversations with these educators, we have identified five main elements that are quintessential features of meaningful participatory learning for the 21st century: motivation and engagement, relevance, creativity, co-configured expertise, and … Continue reading

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Teacher Training for Learning to Live Together – A Training Manual

Read The 21st century is even more overtly political and networked, with global communications meaning that conflicts‘elsewhere’ often play themselves out at home and need to be tackled, but also meaning that networks of  individuals, groups and schools can potentially … Continue reading

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Learning and Change through Action Research

Read Participatory research has a double objective. One aim is to produce knowledge and action directly useful to a group of people—through research, through adult education, and through sociopolitical action. The second aim is to empower people at a second … Continue reading

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A Facilitators’ Guide to Participatory Approaches to Learning

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Social Software and Participatory Learning – Pedagogical choices with Technology affordances in the Web 2.0

The two-way Web has arrived, accompanied by a raft of affordances that expand how we teach, communicate, learn and create knowledge. New trends are emerging in the way information is distributed and consumed. Emerging “Web 2.0” services such as blogs, … Continue reading

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