Connecting local responses around the world
As a person with a teacher background, learning for me is like a big class monologue. My colleague and mentor, Sirinate Piyajitpirat, was on the same page with me when we were organizing session on SALT Experiential Lab Workshop on the GLF.
In # GLF2018 I really learned one form and face of learning. Why does learning need to be done in small groups? Why does learning need to be done in a warm atmosphere and even allow people to experience through touch, deep interaction and direct dialogue with individuals directly in the community? I came to the conclusion today, the experience felt makes learning was inherently strong and had a momentary inspiration to be retold and applied in the context of each.
I found that sometimes there was no need for resource persons available in small groups when learning took place in GLF2018. The teacher is ...Indeed , we are community members, particpants and SALT activists. When sharing took place, assimilation and improvement of impressions and experiences occur. Dialogue strengthens, corrects and enriches learning. To the point that I have to be brave enough to provide a learning space while giving everyone the opportunity to become individuals who take a lead to sharing experiences, reflect the learning, transfer and transform.