Getting started with Communities of Learning and Communities of Practice at next SPEAR meeting in March

Our journey towards getting on the road with our project has begun. During the next meeting at SDU from 12th until 14th of March, our first workshops for our Communities of Learning and the first sessions of our Communities of Practice will take place. Together they build the interdependent groundwork for SPEAR. The interdependency of those two communities provides us with the opportunity to share upcoming questions, obstacles and observations and to react to them directly and in the best possible way.
So let’s look further into what these two concepts mean for our project.

 

SPEAR’s Communities of Learning (CoL) aim at:

  • Creating a learning and training environment that is guided by all project partners
  • Collecting information about measures and possible obstacles as we move along
  • Ensuring that all members get the information and input that they need to turn their findings into actions at home
  • Holding in store different good practice examples accessible for all members

SPEAR’s Communities of Practice (CoP) aim at:

  • Providing a space for reflection and feedback on the actions, experiences and challenges resulting from CoLs
  • Assuring the exchange between all members on equal terms
  • Creating lasting practice and knowledge for all participants
     


We will keep you updated after our meeting and are looking forward to getting the exchange and new experiences started with you!

Getting started with Communities of Learning and Communities of Practice at next SPEAR meeting in March