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<!-- This is for proposing a new Learning Structure (aka: Structure) -->
<!-- A Structure is any tool, system, or technique that helps people "structure" their learning
(https://gitlab.com/fathom/fns/structures) -->
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## Implementation:
<!-- How does the structure actually work, in practice? What steps would you need to follow?
Include any information people ought to know when trying the structure out -->
<!-- How does the structure actually work, in practice? What steps would you need to follow? -->
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## Examples:
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<!-- See Adventures (https://gitlab.com/fathom/fns/structures/tree/master/1-learning-adventures)
for a format that can help with generating examples of Structures within learning -->
<!-- See Adventures (https://gitlab.com/fathom/fns/structures/tree/master/1-learning-adventures) -->
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**Table of Contents**
- [Learning Structures](#learning-structures)
- [Structures (aka: learning structures)](#structures)
- [Motivation](#motivation)
- [How can you use a Structure?](#how-can-you-use-a-structure)
- [How can you create a new Structure?](#how-can-you-create-a-new-structure)
- [Step 1. Propose a new Structure](#step-1-propose-a-new-structure)
- [Using a Structure within an Adventure](#using-a-structure-within-an-adventure)
- [Using a Structure in an Adventure](#using-a-structure-in-an-adventure)
- [Step 2. Format, Review and Merge the Structure](#step-2-format-review-and-merge-the-structure)
- [Format](#format)
- [Review and Merge](#review-and-merge)
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#### Using a Structure in an Adventure
If you need to to generate examples for your Structure, the [Learning Adventure](https://gitlab.com/fathom/fns/structures/tree/master/1-learning-adventures) (aka: Adventure) is a format you may find helpful. A Structure, itself, it was designed to enable people to experiment with other Structures. The Adventure helps you define a self-directed learning plan and then execute on it, while also documenting and reflecting on the process. Thus you can consciously incorporate your Structure within your planned Adventure, and then document how it works in the context of your own learning. This is a good way to build out the first examples of a Structure's use in real life.
The ~Proposal issue you've opened will help you organize the fundamental aspects of the Structure. Once you've got them in place, it's time to move on to the next step: formatting and submitting the Structure for review.
The issue you've opened will help you organize the fundamental aspects of the Structure. Once you've got them in place, it's time to move on to the next step: formatting and submitting the Structure for review.
## Step 2. Format, Review and Merge the Structure
When you're ready to have your Structure reviewed, open a ~Proposal Merge Request (MR) in this repository. Along with that, you'll prepare a markdown document, as follows:
When you're ready to have your Structure reviewed, open a ~Proposal Merge Request (**MR**) in this repository. Along with that, you'll prepare a markdown document, as follows:
### Format
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