I’d like to invite you to find out about a new project, launching in beta soon.
4H, Toastmasters, AA, book groups, Meetup, midnight basketball, community college, jazz bands, …
There’s a pattern here.
We learn best when we learn together.
It’s not merely the logistic efficiency of putting people together in a room. Now that the internet replaces that efficiency, we see that ‘more for less’ is the least of it. Learning together serves a crucial function… it makes learning happen.
The dropout rate of massive online courses is higher than 97%. It’s easy to be exposed to education, but actually quite a challenge to learn. Access to education isn’t sufficient… something else is going on.
I think it’s important for many of us to step up and lead and organize and teach. I led a project this summer designed to explore how that might work.
If you’d like to know more about what I’ve been working on, sign up for the Krypton newsletter/blog with the box below today (or click here to sign up if the form doesn’t work on your device). I’ll share the details of this experiment with those that sign up over the next three weeks.
The first project launches October 1. I hope you can be part of it. (It’s free and I’ll never share your contact info).