is a national grassroots engagement initiative that aspires to help everyone — young and old, educator and non-educator, Democrat and Republican — see more clearly what powerful learning actually looks like (and requires).
Faces of Learning’s mission is to help build the capacity needed to develop and support high-quality learning environments. This is done by creating virtual and physical spaces for people to reflect on four essential questions:
1. How do people learn?
2. How do I learn?
3. What does the ideal learning environment look like?
4. How can we create more of them?
How do we do this? One way is with the Learner Sketch Tool, which helps people discover and understand their own unique learning profile. Additionally, people are encouraged to share their stories, read the blog, and share resources.
Want to know more? Visit the Faces of Learning website, share your stories, and get involved.