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Anu | Peer Team Learning at U Penn

PLTL . from recitations to peer led workshops. Grounded in social constructivism.

What she has a learned.

All groups benefit all students in their understanding and retention from this, not just the brightest ones.
Put student in leadership role, they must be paid and trained.
If you are teaching them differently, you have to show them how to learn that way and what to do in their active roles. Must prepare ahead of time, must.
Learned that when you implement at a new institution, the culture of the institution changes the implementation in unexpected ways, must be tailored.
Role models are important. Do not need all diversity, but a variety and a mix in leadership positions.
Everyone learns when they teach. Elaine Goldman in 1969.
Students are our partners, so get their feedback and them into design early on.

Have now moved on to putting this on line, experimental right now, and that was driven by peer leaders.
Has an EDUCAUSE Quarterly article coming out soon on this, and students are lead authors.
Students now talk more, they compensate for virtual by talking more.
They also look at more resources on line, more often, than in f2f classes.
This is where searching training is needed, more work on that.


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How Deloitte Made Learning a Game

How Deloitte Made Learning a Game | on line training | Scoop.it
To get employees to actually use your learning program, make it fun.

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Linda Watson's curator insight, January 9, 2013 7:07 AM

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Linda Watson's comment, January 9, 2013 7:09 AM
I have always been a supporter of training with games or other interactivity. One of the elearning games I created had a leader board, the Distribution Centers across the country were pitted against each other. As the teams "practiced" with the game, their pick accuracy increased dramatically.
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I Need to Convert My Content to Mobile – Now What??

I Need to Convert My Content to Mobile – Now What?? | on line training | Scoop.it
More and more organizations are coming to the realization that they need to “mobilize” their content.

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