-– Rob Abdul, author & ecommerce expert, lecturer, photographer, and general active citizen, 2016.
Cooperative learning - because we is more than me
For schools, using Cooperative Learning to get parents involved is an obvious next step.
However, my workshops are not limited to the education sector. For organisations dealing directly with community building, such as Police or councils, Cooperative Learning offers a unique way to engage stakeholders and can facilitate a safe, respectful forum in which issues may be aired and perhaps resolved.
Do you wish a group of people to achieve some objective?
Can you get that group of people into the same room?
If your answer is "yes" to these two questions, a Cooperative Learning workshop is relevant to you.
On cooperativelearning.works you will find more about my work with Mandeeq, West Midlands Police and
Other projects, such as Enquiry & Immersion and Healing Fractures II - beyond Birmingham are practical examples of how to safely and respectfully approach difficult subjects using Cooperative Learning.
- K. Mair, business coach, on Healing Fractures II - Beyond Birmingham?
Islam Awareness Week, 2015.
- D. Ridgeon, Deputy Head, Avenue Junior School,
on Enquiry & Immersion, Mosque outreach programme to schools, Norwich, 2015.
What are you doing at the bottom?