Anyone can follow a course on P2PU. Participating is the next level of engagement. The sign-up is a space where interested individuals can express their interest and background in the topic and commit to working with the rest of the participants. Please answer the following set(s) of questions if you want to become a participant or organizer.
This set of signup questions is common to all study groups, courses, ... in P2PU. The answers to these questions will be public once you get accepted.
- What made you interested in this topic?
- What do you hope to achieve by participating?
- Are you interested in helping with the course organization?
Public Custom Set
This set of signup questions is particular to this course. The answers to these questions will be public once you get accepted.
1) In what countries have you experienced education as a teacher, learner or parent?
2) What do you hope to contribute to this seminar?
3) What do you hope to learn by participating in this seminar?
4) Do you plan to participate in all four weeks of the course (June 4-July 1, 2012)?
Between Participants Custom Set
This set of signup questions is particular to this course. The answers to these questions will be visible to all participants once you get accepted.
1) What would you like to share about yourself with other seminar participants?
2) What questions about education are you most excited to discuss in an international and comparative context?
Standard Set Answer:
Public Set Answer:
My experience as a tutor and peer counselor made me interested in this topic.
I hope to acheive more knowledge in Comparative and International education as well as take part in discussions.
I do not think I have much experience to help with the course organization.
I am originally from Gabon but my experience with education is limited to the United States.
I hope to contribute helpful opinions and feedbacks, as well as provide a different point of view.
I was recently accepted into an MA program in Comparative and International education. That major is different from the one I did in my undergrad. I hope to learn the basics in this field so that I can engage in classes more.
Yes, I plan to participate in all four weeks.