Lessons Harvesting: Learning from P2P Engagements
This publication highlights seven key attributes of good practice approaches in peer-to-peer (P2P) learning, with a view to explore how these approaches can be tracked in the context of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) on P2P learning for institutional change. The paper’s principle objective was to gain a more granular sense of the way in which institutional change and learning is currently understood and recorded as an outcome of P2P approaches, and to identify where there are blind spots.
Highlights among these insights include: the importance of monitoring core capabilities at different levels of operation and how they interlink; applying a “systems filter” to monitoring, evaluation and learning on who tracks what and who compiles the information for collective learning; capturing the added value of combining cognitive and affective learning; and, monitoring the health of the partnership as well as what it produces.
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