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Promoting Peer-to-Peer Teaching, On and Offline

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A Presentation and Workshop given at the History New-to-Teaching Workshop, hosted by the Institute of Historical Research and supported by the Royal Historical Society, 7 September 2015

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Promoting Peer-to-Peer Teaching, On and Offline

  1. 1. PROMOTING PEER-TO-PEER TEACHING ON AND OFFLINE M. H. BEALS @MHBEALS M.H.BEALS@LBORO.AC.UK LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. WHY A SEMINAR? Image Courtesy of Shelley Mannion (CC BY-NC) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/smannion/3385144016 • CLARIFY LECTURE AND READING MATERIAL • DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING THROUGH PRESENTATIONS • DEVELOP ANALYSIS THROUGH DISCUSSION • MODEL COMPLEX METHODOLOGIES • SHARPEN ARGUMENTS THROUGH DEBATE • ENCOURAGE COLLEGIALITY
  3. 3. THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT • THE TWEED JACKET AND LEATHER PATCHES • EXPERT, FACILITATOR, COLLEAGUE • NOMENCLATURE • THE SPEAKING STICK (AND OTHER MYTHS) • MATURE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Image Courtesy of Pavol Svetoň (CC BY-SA) at
  4. 4. THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT Image Courtesy of Elena-25 at http://mind42.com/mindmap/05b87061-b3d7-46c6-a7cc-05e1eb57ce38
  5. 5. TIME TRIALS HOW WOULD YOU TEACH THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF MATERIAL? A VISUAL PRIMARY SOURCE AN EVIDENCE-HEAVY JOURNAL ARTICLE (ASSIGNED THE WEEK BEFORE) A CONTROVERSIAL TOPIC WITH MODERN RESONANCE A SHORT TEXTUAL PRIMARY SOURCE FEEDFORWARD REGARDING AN UPCOMING ASSESSMENT
  6. 6. DISCUSSION Image Courtesy of Earlham College (CC BY-NC) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/earlhamcollege/4387454893
  7. 7. ONLINE HISTORIOGRAPHY BLOGS • ENCOURAGE ACTIVE READING • ENGAGE IN REGULAR ANALYTICAL WRITING • INFORMAL FEEDBACK • PEER-TO-PEER DISCUSSIONS AND COLLABORATION • “A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME…” Image Courtesy of Mike Licht (CC BY) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/2965186113
  8. 8. PEER-TO-PEER WRITING Image Courtesy of S.Tore (CC BY-NC) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/kievcaira/6815655011 • READING EACH OTHER’S WRITING • EXPLORING DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES • SHARING QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS • SPOTTING NON-SEQUITURS AND NARRATIVE • REACTIVE FACILITATORS • CHOOSE GROUPS WISELY • REGULARITY VS PRESSURE
  9. 9. DISCUSSION Image Courtesy of Earlham College (CC BY-NC) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/earlhamcollege/4387454893
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