As part of the School for Change Agents 2017, we’re changing how we run our virtual lessons. Alongside the formal teaching part there will be time dedicated to students reflecting on what they learned, and considering how they can apply the learning.
We’re looking for people to lead these learning sets. Ideally these are individuals who have previously participated in the School (previously called School for Health and Care Radicals) and would like to support new students going through the experience. You’ll facilitate small groups of people in discussion through both audio-visual and text conversations; helping them to reflect and discuss applying what they have just learned.
The commitment is that you should be available for each of the five School sessions this year, as well as a virtual training session prior to the first session. The leader training will be on Thursday 9 February at 3pm, and the School sessions will run on subsequent Thursdays, starting at the same time.
If you can’t commit to each Thursday but would be interested in doing it anyway, please still get in touch as we recognise it is a big commitment and we’d prefer to have the right people attending when they can.
Please understand that the School is an open event and whilst we are seeing a good level of interest in signing up this year, this is the first year we have run virtual learning sets so we are unsure about the level of interest.
If you are interested in being a Learning Set Leader then, in the first instance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title Learning Set Leaders. Please let us know a bit about you, when you took part in the School, and how the School has helped you since your participation.
Recording of the Learning Leaders Set Training held on Thursday 9 February 2017.
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