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This website is the home of a global community for users of Peer Instruction and related interactive teaching methods. Members can connect with other educators to share experiences with active learning and collaborate to improve their courses. The web site includes a blog covering questions and issues regarding Peer Instruction.
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Peer Instruction Network:
Contains Turn to Your Neighbor: The Official Peer Instruction Blog
The Peer Instruction Blog, Turn to Your Neighbor, provides hints and tips for members of the Peer Instruction Network.relation by Bruce Mason
Is Supplemented By Learning Catalytics
Learning Catalytics provides questions and tools for instructors using peer instruction methods in their classes.relation by Bruce Mason
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