Peer Learning Methodology  
Summary: This module is designed to offer an understanding on the methodology of the project, which is based to the transfer of knowledge and experience of one learner to other.
Clock hours of reading:



30’min: Presentation of Peer Learning Methodology

30’ min: O2-A4 Initial design of peer learning methodology

Learning outcomes:



  • The user will in studying this module….
  • Be able to give examples of what is peer learning methodology and its main activities
  • Understand the advantages of peer to peer methodology in the learning procedure
  • Understand the importance of sharing knowledge in the school community
  • Be able to implement the methodology through the learning objects
  • Be able to use the platform tools in order to implement the methodology


  1. Introduction
  2. The Peer Learning Methodology
  3. Peer Learning implications on Bullying
  4. The Methodology in the SONETBULL project
  5. The Methodology in the SONETBULL platform
Suggested Training Resources and Additional Materials:


Training resources:

  • Educational Material Introduction to peer learning methodology
  • O2 –A4 Initial design of peer learning methodology

Additional Material:

  • Briggs, S. (2013) How Peer Teaching Improves Student Learning and 10 Ways To Encourage It
  • David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, and Karl A. Smith (1991). Active Learning: Cooperation in the College Classroom. Edina, MN: Interaction Book Company
  • Assinder, W. (1991). Peer teaching, peer learning: one model. ELT Journal 45/3: pp. 218-229
  • Spratt, M. & Leung, B. (2000). Peer teaching and peer learning revisited. ELT Journal Volume 54/3 July 2000
  • Video: Peer to Peer Learning

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