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Informal Learning Groups
Overemphasis on formal education can overshadow more appropriate learning methods. This is especially true for adults with time and money constraints. Informal Learning Groups can support life-long learning, skill-building, and curiosity. Community leaders, self-help groups, development agencies, and local employers can help launch educational projects that encourage a culture of participatory learning to meet community needs.Edit
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Students in Sofia
Learning the djembé
Famoudou Konaté teaching djembé
SchoolNet Namibia rose in the library
- Students at the ABAC campus
- Students practising with electronic devices at the Technical University of Sofia - (Sofia)
- -1 not informal enough (in a university lab.?) - Kim Tucker 23:25, 17 August 2012 (UTC)
- Learning the djembe in Queen's Park, Toronto.
- Famoudou Konaté teaching at a workshop in Vancouver, Canada
- Girl learning English in Shanghai
- SchoolNet Namibia rose in the library (also suggested under Digital Emancipation above)
- Learning together at the pool side (Java and community participation)
- Learning together informally (Java legacy code)
- Learning Salsa in the street
- Quilting Bee
- Skateboarding - learning new tricks
Ideally (imo), an "informal learning group" would be shown outside of a standard teaching venue (e.g. a classroom) and with "co-teachers" more than teacher - learners. - Doug Schuler.