About this training module
Peer Assists provide a structured, participatory process for peer learning and exchange between a team with relevant experience and another team new to a process.
This module provides an overview of Peer Assist—a systematic, participatory approach that focuses on “learning before doing.” In the peer assist, a person or group new to a process seeks advice from a person or group with relevant experience in a given topic. Peer assists encourage participatory learning through mostly verbal communication. Similar to a brainstorming session, but with more guidelines to help frame the conversation and discussion, Peer Assists are helpful when there is a specific question or challenge to address. They are often conducted at the beginning of a project or activity, allowing the learning team to implement new or innovative approaches suggested to them by their peers.
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