Funded by the EU Erasmus + programme, The Young Foundation is working to create a network of exchange for the advancement of peer to peer learning for young people. Share to Know is a partnership between The Young Foundation, Gangway (a youth organisation in Berlin) and Alma (a Folk High School in Sweden), and aims to test and develop approaches towards non-formal learning experiences that will enable young people who are furthest from the labour market to access training, development and employment opportunities.

This work builds on The Young Foundation project The U, which has developed a peer to peer approach for community learning. It also draws on The Young Foundation’s work in youth & education.

The programme ran from March 2015 – January 2017 and is culminating in a final event on Friday 10th February 2017 to share the learning about methods and approaches that have been tested and developed. For more information see http://www.sharetoknow.net SK_1_img

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Share to Know: Furthering peer-to-peer and collaborative learning methods

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Share to Know is a European exchange project that aims to further the use of peer-to-peer learning methodologies by educ ... → Read More

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Share to Know: Learning processes are at their best when they are social

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Louise Foreman reflects on the Share to Know learning event on peer-to-peer and collaborative methods we hosted last wee ... → Read More

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Share to Know: a learning event on peer-to-peer and collaborative methods

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Across Europe, many young people are finding that traditional methods of learning and education just aren't working for ... → Read More