Posts Tagged: data

Writing For Change: Pre-Course Survey

Are you participating in Peer to Peer University’s (P2PU)¬†Writing for Change¬†course? Did you recently complete a pre-course survey? Curious as to what the survey was about or what the findings were? Well, read on! First, the survey was conducted by the OER Research Hub in collaboration with P2PU. Who are the OER Research Hub? Well,…

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How to teach big skills without being scared by them…

When it comes to online learning, does it matter what you teach, or is the methodology the interesting bit? Should learning experiences be designed in the same way, whether you’re teaching plumbing or physics, and whether you’re teaching it to highschool kids or Baby Boomers? These were the questions we found ourselves thinking about after…

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