Join the T-learning Transformative Knowledge Network
T-learning stands for transformative, transgressive learning in times of climate change.
The T-learning Transformative Knowledge Network aims to facilitate deeper understanding of the role of learning in transformations to sustainability.
The T-learning TKN is a not-for-profit research and knowledge co-production network.
The T-learning TKN welcomes participation from graduate and postgraduate researchers, academics, civil society and public sector organisations involved in co-learning, and facilitating and developing t-learning knowledge that is oriented towards social justice and common good.
This short form asks you to provide some information on yourself and your interest in, and experience in t-learning knowledge co-production. In particular, the form seeks to capture how you might wish to be involved in the T-learning TKN as it develops.
Once you have filled in the questionnaire, and depending on your choices, we will link you up to the TKN communications and activities as per your preferred options should you meet the criteria for participation noted above.
NOTE: All information submitted on this form will only be used for facilitating participation in the T-learning Transformative Knowledge Network, and for non-commercial communications related to advancing T-learning knowledge, theory and practice.
Your last name
Your first name
younger than 20
Prefer not to say
Prefer not to say
Name of your organisation
Type of organisation
NGO / Civil Society
E-mail address 1
E-mail address 2
Your research / knowledge co-production experience
Masters Degree (current)
PhD Degree (current)
Five years post doctoral
25 years and more
Short description of your research / knowledge co-production work (100 words)
What interests you about T-learning?
Research approaches used most often
How would you like to be involved in the T-learning Transformative Knowledge Network?
Receive regular newsletter (bi-monthly)
Participate in the Research School 'Conference Dialogues' on Methodology and Theory of Change
Contribute your own case study
Participate in on-line short courses on T-learning research and knowledge co-production
Other forms of experience sharing (e.g. webinar discussions)
Do you have any other contributions / suggestions for the T-learning TKN and how you might like to engage with emerging network
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