As mentioned in our other posts about it, a weblab is an online space, outside the pressure of education systems, where educators, students and parents may engage in intergenerational conversations around topics that matter.
A Weblab provides a cooperative structure to foster peer learning and co-create close-to-context resources.
With this article we would like to share some important moments that emerged during the 3 Weblabs and to actively say thank you to all the participants.
We have collected some of the participants’ feedback here:
The team is designing new WebLabs! Stay informed this fall!
If you or your institution is interested in providing WebLabs for Professional Development, contact us.
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