|Peer Learning Methodology
||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
- 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
- The Peer Learning Methodology
- Peer Learning implications on Bullying
- The Methodology in the SONETBULL project
- The Methodology in the SONETBULL platform
|Suggested Training Resources and Additional Materials:
- Educational Material Introduction to peer learning methodology
- O2 –A4 Initial design of peer learning methodology
- Briggs, S. (2013) How Peer Teaching Improves Student Learning and 10 Ways To Encourage It http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/peer-teaching/
- 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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GQX1tjiZyU.
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