Peer Learning in action

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Program design

arc The ARC Framework reveals how to better adapt to learners' needs.
 
Learning on the agenda doesn’t mean learning happened
 
The Africa Prize detects learners' needs before responding

coherence The Coherence Model aligns stakeholders and learner goals to achieve community outcomes.
 
IMPM challenged the case study methodology to develop critical thinking
 
Entrepreneur First outperformed Y Combinator by supporting local strengths

waves Waves Of Community enables programs to be attractive to innovators, promoters or achievers.
 
The Santa Fe Institute bet on its unlikely advantages
 
Communities are conduits of knowledge

Bart Doorneweert

Fortune & failure have made Bart an entrepreneur, a scholar and a practitioner.

An agricultural engineer by training, Bart has started a cotton co-op in India, researched technology adoption with East African farmers, and developed Open Innovation and partnership design tools used worldwide. Bart teaches entrepreneurship at the University Of Wageningen, the world's leader in agriculture technology.

Salim Virani

Salim is an entrepreneur that fell into education. He founded Leancamp, a community which created the first evolutions of the Lean Startup methodology, and Founder Centric, which developed startup education for UCL, Oxford, Seedcamp, Techstars, Unilever, Microsoft, and other top-tier programs. At Source Institute, he created Africa's largest online entrpreneurship course and developed several pinnacle programs in international economic development.

In ancient history, after leaving his job as Digital Director for a major marketing agency, Salim founded 3 technology companies in SaaS, e-commerce and IT outsourcing.