Dr Susan J Byrne and Dr Judith McMorland at The University of Auckland explored the question of how we learn to learn together and presented their paper to the Synergy Matters: Working with Systems in the 21st Century, in 1999.
Part of the lies in, “delving more deeply into the praxis of critical learning systems, without violating our commitment to avoid being trapped into ‘expert’ knowledge systems”
This paper reports and reflects on an extended period of subjective experience. We present and discuss our experience of four years of peer inquiry, centred on the meta question How do we learn to learn together? We started from the tacit premises that we can learn how to learn (metalearning), that this is a human capability and skill developed through intentional social interaction, and that as individuals we need to learn how to learn together because within our own cultural milieu, collective learning is not yet a well developed attribute of social engagement. Read more at webcache.googleusercontent.com