Much of the work we do in the WEA is about engaging people in education and learning who missed out and feel or felt it was not for them.
We also of course work with many repeat students who have caught the bug and love learning. But for the others we have not yet managed to engage, what will or can make a difference and enough of a difference to make them step back inside a classroom or learning space for the first time (even if we don’t call it that).
This is something I and many colleagues are very interested in. How do we engage with missing learners?
We know the basics – go to the mountain not the other way round, fish where the fish are and get out and find people where they feel comfortable and safe. But what do we do when we get…
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