Designing for Peer Learning

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HourSchool believes that everyone is a learner, and everyone is a teacher. We want to empower people to see themselves as teachers, but how do we do this? I presented this Future15 talk at SXSWedu 2013 outlining some of the lessons we've learned about peer learning + some suggested action items to try out!

Audio of my talk: https://soundcloud.com/sxswedu/designing-for-peer-learning

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Designing for Peer Learning

  1. 1. Designing forPeer LearningCHRISTINA TRAN // christina@hourschool.com // @s0delightfulSXSWedu March 7, 2013
  2. 2. The Seed Photo by IITA Image Library
  3. 3. The Experiments The University of Iowa Libraries
  4. 4. Lessons Learned
  5. 5. People carryLESSON 1 educational baggage
  6. 6. TIP Reframe classes as HANDS-ON
  7. 7. TIP Reframe classes as INFORMAL
  8. 8. TIP Reframe classes as FUN
  9. 9. TIP Reframe classes as SOCIAL
  10. 10. Learner-to-teacherLESSON 2 journey takes time
  11. 11. TIP Empower ENABLERS
  12. 12. TIP Create ROUTINES
  13. 13. TIP SCAFFOLD with transitional roles
  14. 14. Rejection is hardLESSON 3 for new teachers
  15. 15. TIP DEMAND first
  16. 16. TIP Send REMINDERS
  17. 17. TIP Be TRANSPARENT
  18. 18. Lessons Learned People carry1 educational baggage REFRAME CLASSES
  19. 19. Lessons Learned Learner-to-teacher2 journey takes time SCAFFOLD GROWTH
  20. 20. Lessons Learned Rejection is hard3 for new teachers SUPPORT TEACHERS
  21. 21. The Results Photo by IITA Image Library
  22. 22. Rock on!CHRISTINA TRAN // christina@hourschool.com // @s0delightfulSXSWedu March 7, 2013

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