# Learning patterns/Orientation for WEP

## Contents

- 1 What problem does this solve?
- 2 What is the solution?
- 3 Endorsements
- 4 See also
- 5 What problem does this solve?
- 6 What is the solution?
- 7 Endorsements
- 8 See also
- 9 What problem does this solve?
- 10 What is the solution?
- 11 Endorsements
- 12 See also
- 13 What problem does this solve?
- 14 What is the solution?
- 15 Endorsements
- 16 See also
- 17 What problem does this solve?
- 18 What is the solution?
- 19 Endorsements
- 20 See also
- 21 What problem does this solve?
- 22 What is the solution?
- 23 Endorsements
- 24 See also
- 25 What problem does this solve?
- 26 What is the solution?
- 27 Endorsements
- 28 See also
- 29 What problem does this solve?
- 30 What is the solution?
- 31 Endorsements
- 32 See also
- 33 What problem does this solve?
- 34 What is the solution?
- 35 Endorsements
- 36 See also

## What problem does this solve?[edit]

Because of paucity of time, Orientation to WEP is usually held in large lecture halls or auditoriums where one-on conversation with students is almost impossible. A face to face/dedicated conversation is very important to motivate the students to take part in WEP. This would give the participating students overall view of WEP and how this activity is different from the general assignments.

## What is the solution?[edit]

Instead of dealing with large monolithic student crowd, it is beneficial to work with smaller student groups as they are more flexible and dynamic. A group of 20-30 students can be involved in activities and can be closely monitored in case of any questions. This also helps to build a rapport with the students that is necessary for future communication. This activity helps us in identifying student ambassadors to coordinate further activities at our institutional partners.

### Things to consider[edit]

### When to use[edit]

## Endorsements[edit]

## See also[edit]

### Related patterns[edit]

### External links[edit]

### References[edit]

## What problem does this solve?[edit]

Because of paucity of time, Orientation to WEP is usually held in large lecture halls or auditoriums where one-on conversation with students is almost impossible. A face to face/dedicated conversation is very important to motivate the students to take part in WEP. This would give the participating students overall view of WEP and how this activity is different from the general assignments.

## What is the solution?[edit]

Instead of dealing with large monolithic student crowd, it is beneficial to work with smaller student groups as they are more flexible and dynamic. A group of 20-30 students can be involved in activities and can be closely monitored in case of any questions. This also helps to build a rapport with the students that is necessary for future communication. This activity helps us in identifying student ambassadors to coordinate further activities at our institutional partners.

### Things to consider[edit]

### When to use[edit]

## Endorsements[edit]

## See also[edit]

### Related patterns[edit]

### External links[edit]

### References[edit]

## What problem does this solve?[edit]

Because of paucity of time, Orientation to WEP is usually held in large lecture halls or auditoriums where one-on conversation with students is almost impossible. A face to face/dedicated conversation is very important to motivate the students to take part in WEP. This would give the participating students overall view of WEP and how this activity is different from the general assignments.

## What is the solution?[edit]

Instead of dealing with large monolithic student crowd, it is beneficial to work with smaller student groups as they are more flexible and dynamic. A group of 20-30 students can be involved in activities and can be closely monitored in case of any questions. This also helps to build a rapport with the students that is necessary for future communication. This activity helps us in identifying student ambassadors to coordinate further activities at our institutional partners.