Posts Categorized: School of Ed

Open Learning Webinar – the proof!

Last week, as part of the events taking place all over the world on celebration of Open Ed Week, Karen Fasimpaur from the School of Ed hosted a webinar all about peer learning and P2PU.  Vanessa (Genarelli, the Leading Light of Learning) and Jane (Park, School of Open wrangler extraodinaire) were there too. In case… Continue Reading →

It’s Video Wednesday…

We’re totally overwhelmed with all the great new videos coming out of our community at the moment. You guys are just astounding. And while it may be a bit to take in all at once, we thought it would be good to share them. So grab some popcorn, shut the door, hunker down, and spend… Continue Reading →

Course Creators – Want to Facilitate More Activity?

Here’s the first of many upcoming research highlights, which will be snapshots of studies about P2PU! Paper Link: PDF Citation: Ahn, J., Weng, C., & Butler, B. S. (2013). The dynamics of open, peer-to-peer learning: What factors influence participation in the P2P University? Proceedings of the 46th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (Learning Analytics and… Continue Reading →

Youth Voices and the NYC Writing Project @P2PU

This is a cross-posting from Karen Fasimpaur and the team of wonderful people at the School of Ed   Paul Allison through the NYC Writing Project‘s Youth Voices project has structured a learning game around a series of challenges for ELA, history/social studies, arts and media, and science. These challenges are tied to Common Core… Continue Reading →

Connected Educator Month on P2PU!

Connected Educator month (hashtag #ce12) is starting today and runs for the whole month of August! Online communities like P2PU School of Ed are helping hundreds of thousands of educators learn, reducing isolation and providing “just in time” access to knowledge and opportunities for collaboration. However, many educators are not yet participating and others aren’t… Continue Reading →