Sure! Many times the best teacher is someone who is learning together with you. You don’t need to dig into any learning theory. What we believe is that you learn better and enjoy learning a lot more when:
Of course! Your role as facilitator of the group is to coordinate the members and to get conversations started, not to be the teacher.
If you don’t have a space in mind, you may consider asking your local library, a school with a computer lab or any place that works for the people in your study group.
We’ve found that an hour and a half per week strikes a good balance between having enough time to do something meaningful, but not being too long for participants.
We encourage you to engage in activities that complements the existing course. For example, some of the activities that we find useful are:
We have prepared some tips on how to form your weekly meetings and how to start a conversation around the course topic and to keep it on track. You can download the full version here.