Across Europe, many young people are finding that traditional methods of learning and education just aren’t working for them. Peer-to-peer learning offers an alternative approach.
For the past two years, the Erasmus+ partnership ‘Share to Know’ has been exploring the value of peer-to-peer and collaborative learning methods and the ways that these methods can lead to positive outcomes for young people who are not currently in education, training or employment.
This programme will culminate in a free, interactive learning event taking place on Friday 10th February 2017, with presentations and a series of discussion groups and workshops.
This event aims to support those who are working with young people (both in formal education institutions and alternative or informal learning environments) to further their use of peer-to-peer learning methods. For people and organisations who are already using peer-to-peer approaches, it will be a chance to meet practitioners from a diverse range of cultural and organisational backgrounds and exchange ideas on how to develop and sustain this important work.
The event is open to all and lunch will be provided. Click here to register as spaces will be limited on the day.
If you have accessibility or dietary requirements or have any inquiries about the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org