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Paul Haywood public talk: Building co-operation into open education
16 Apr 2015, 12.30 – 14.00, V102, Vine Building, Middlesex University, London.

Paul Haywood public talk: Building co-operation into open education – learning to nail jelly to the wall

Thursday 16th April
12.30 – 14.00
V102, Vine Building
Middlesex University
Free event. Registration required.
 

Academic Excellence Exchange presents: Building co-operation into open education – learning to nail jelly to the wall, a talk by Professor Paul Haywood


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In recent years we have formed the basic membership of one or more Co-operative Learning Networks or CLaNs. Our aim is to work towards a common framework for; the recognition of experience, informal learning, progression and personal skills enhancement: to effectively and comprehensively support flexible and active life-wide learning.

The core theme of this initiative is the design of a unique and innovative framework for co-produced learning; it should promote learning by experience, be accessible to all and harness the capacity satisfy individual needs. The vision offers every person the opportunity to achieve by providing a learning environment where individuals can develop long term support and a learning plan that is valuable within the context of their circumstances, endorses all forms of experience and inspires participants to develop fresh goals and achieve their purpose.

Co-operative Learning Action Networks are conceived as temporary, member led, communities that develop educational recognition from meaningful activity. They are a means by which the learning that takes place through employment, community enterprise, social activism and good citizenship can be recorded and valued.