Shared learning is the process of working collectively to achieve a common objective in a group. Team members tend to share knowledge and complement each others' skills. Shared Learning is a great way for ACHs to gain knowledge from many different perspectives as well as from each other.
At the March 2017 ACH Convening ACHs were given a set of scenarios with examples of opportunities and challenges that could arise in any ACH region. This resource includes those four scenarios that were presented in small groups, this resource also includes facilitator notes for walking through each scenario.
Shared learnings are one of the four core operating principles of the Cascade Pacific Action Alliance (CPPA). By routinely incorporating shared learnings into Council meetings, CPAA focuses on exploring and sharing opportunities to support CPAA action and innovation. The draft Shared Learning Syllabus is being used to set the CPAA priorities for shared learnings at the monthly council meetings. The Presenter’s Guide is used prep the presenters to help prep them and give them an idea of CPAA's expectations of the presenters.