Creating new Public Spaces for Learning
A learning community can be driven by focusing on a special neighborhood, a specific sector or a special group of learners – with the perspective of widening the activities to the entire community at a later stage, or to function as a satellite for the larger community.
The sub-community approach is a genuine bottom-up approach, offering strong empowerment and involvement perspectives.
The most important challenges to the “sub” approach might be:
However, the sub-approach contains many valuable assets to learning communities:
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