P2PU offers additional support to Teams members, including members-only learning circles, extra features, staff onboarding sessions, and other professional development opportunities.
Teams members can make a one-on-one appointment with our Partnerships Lead, Q Goss, by logging into the dashboard.
Facilitators can also get help by emailing us at [email protected], filling out our contact form on the website, and attending our public monthly facilitator calls. Subscribe to our community calendar on our events page.
Co-facilitation is a great way to share facilitation responsibilities with colleagues, and Teams members have the added benefit of adding co-facilitators to their learning circles. This feature provides equal permissions to all co-facilitators to edit the learning circle, delete the learning circle, and receive all learners' messages.
Teams members can add a co-facilitator during the final step of the learning circle creation process. Teams members can also email P2PU at [email protected] to request that we add co-facilitators to a learning circle.
You can edit your learning circle to add or remove co-facilitators at any time, and co-facilitators will receive a message when they are added to or removed from the learning circle.
Teams can add a co-facilitator during the final step of learning circle creation
Examples of messages sent to facilitators when they are added to or removed from a learning circle
Co-facilitator profiles will appear on the learning circle signup page. All co-facilitators will be mentioned in the signup message sent to learners, and all co-facilitator email addresses will be cc'd in messages to learners.
Co-facilitator profiles will appear on the learning circle signup page
An example of a welcome message sent to learners
Co-facilitators will receive a single survey at the end of their learning circle, and we recommend that co-facilitators collaborate to share their insights.