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THE POWER OF PEER LEARNING
Introductions• Karen Fasimpaur - @kfasimpaur  K12 Open Ed• Mike Agostinelli – @mikegusto  CR Anderson Middle School• This ...
What does peer learning         mean to you?What are your experiences with it?
Everyone is a learnerand a teacher.
We are allexperts!
Authentic learning is driven   by our own inquiries.
Learning is social.
Where is peer learning happening?•   At schools (f2f)•   YouTube•   Social media – Twitter, Facebook, G+, Pinterest, etc.•...
Twitter and Tweet Chat Basics• Why Twitter?  – www.twitter.com• What are these ed chats?  – http://edchat.pbworks.com  – w...
#connectedpd• First Friday of each month at 9am Pacific• This month, we are the featured guests!
How to you engage in peer        learning?How might peer learning be     useful for you?   How does peer learning      fit...
THANK YOU!Image credits:Slide 4 – poppet with a cameraSlide 5– Todd FishburnSlide 6 – Alyssa L. MillerSlide 7 – Karen Fasi...
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The Power of Peer Learning - NCCE 2013

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Professional learning for teachers is entering a new era of connected peer learning. We are all teachers and learners, and we all have much to contribute. Come see how you can participate in and build peer learning at your school site and beyond.

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The Power of Peer Learning - NCCE 2013

  1. 1. THE POWER OF PEER LEARNING
  2. 2. Introductions• Karen Fasimpaur - @kfasimpaur K12 Open Ed• Mike Agostinelli – @mikegusto CR Anderson Middle School• This session – Why, what, and how – Live chat on Twitter #connectedpd at 9:00am
  3. 3. What does peer learning mean to you?What are your experiences with it?
  4. 4. Everyone is a learnerand a teacher.
  5. 5. We are allexperts!
  6. 6. Authentic learning is driven by our own inquiries.
  7. 7. Learning is social.
  8. 8. Where is peer learning happening?• At schools (f2f)• YouTube• Social media – Twitter, Facebook, G+, Pinterest, etc.• MOOCs• Skype, G+, Teachers Teaching Teachers• P2PU School of Ed – www.p2pu.org/school-of-ed
  9. 9. Twitter and Tweet Chat Basics• Why Twitter? – www.twitter.com• What are these ed chats? – http://edchat.pbworks.com – www.tweetchat.com
  10. 10. #connectedpd• First Friday of each month at 9am Pacific• This month, we are the featured guests!
  11. 11. How to you engage in peer learning?How might peer learning be useful for you? How does peer learning fit into your school(for teachers and students)?
  12. 12. THANK YOU!Image credits:Slide 4 – poppet with a cameraSlide 5– Todd FishburnSlide 6 – Alyssa L. MillerSlide 7 – Karen Fasimpaur

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