Key factors influencing social learning outcomes by Marissa Van Epp

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Key factors influencing social learning outcomes. Presentation held during the Climate Change Social Learning workshop in June 16-17 on London. Learn more: http://ow.ly/y5TMW

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  • CCSL Framework & Toolkit (Marissa, Pete, Carl)
    Social learning checklists (Carl, Ewen)
    Background work on factors for this event (Ben)
    Sandbox/Yammer discussions (all)
    Working paper #38 (Blane, Liz, Ben + Jonathan Ensor, John Woodend, Lars Otto Naess)
    Change areas paper (Liz)
  • Key factors influencing social learning outcomes by Marissa Van Epp

    1. 1. Social Learning Key factors for successful social learning Marissa Van Epp, June 16, 2014 CCSL Evidence Gathering Workshop, London
    2. 2. CCSL Initiative’s work M&E for social learning • CCSL Framework & Toolkit and social learning checklist • Happy families of social learning brief • Factors paper for pilot project selection • Sandbox discussions • Working paper #38: “Social learning in practice: A review of lessons, impacts and tools for climate change adaptation" • 5 change areas paper
    3. 3. Key factors influencing SL outcomes, part 1 1. Intent: purposefully using social learning 2. Engagement: who is engaged, why and how 3. Looped learning: mechanisms in place to ensure reflection, learning and iteration
    4. 4. Key factors influencing SL outcomes, part 2 4. Social differentiation: consideration for the makeup of different stakeholder groups – who is involved and who is excluded, and at what stage 5. Power: consideration for differing power relations btwn stakeholder groups 6. Capacity: stakeholder capacity to contribute to social learning processes 7. Institutional opportunities and barriers: elements of institutional systems, governance and culture that are helping or hindering social learning
    5. 5. Key factors influencing SL outcomes, part 3 8. Endogenous processes: consideration for local systems, processes, governance, policies, and culture 9. Timescales: consideration and reconciliation of the short- and long-term perceptions of different stakeholders 10. Facilitation and process support
    6. 6. Expert advice “Set your indicators and do necessary baselines only once you know what your change trajectory is. Consider using change itself as the main indicator you monitor.” – Boru Douthwaite “If we acknowledge plurality of perspectives it could have an added value if [participants] have different ideas about what social learning is and how it can be facilitated… Be open even to contrasting ideas about the set of indicators as there is hardly one model that fits all so variety in SL perspective is rather a strength.”- Romina Rodela

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