P2PU Co-Founder Philipp Schmidt will discuss some of the lessons the P2PU community has learned about scaling peer-learning online.
About The Speaker(s)
There were some technical issues during this session, which resulted in a truncated video recording. Below is a guide to the content of the video:
- (00:01 - 6:07) Introductions of Hangout Participants
- (06:08 - 12:10) Questions about equity; participants' responses
- (12:11 - 18:13) The challenges of scaling facilitation and content production; learning to teach one another
- (18:14 - 24:17) PlanetMath evolution; importance of self-motivated progress in open education movement
- (24:18 - 29:51) The accessibility of "DIY U"; the challenge of having a tangible self-learning end-product
- (29:52 - 30:20) P2PU and accredited institutions
- (30:21 - 36:25) "It's a great time to be a learner"; closing thoughts
- Peer2Peer University
- The Peeragogy Project on SocialMediaClassroom
- The Internet Time Blog
- Daniel Hickey's blog post on developing badges
- Professor Gráinne Conole of the Beyond Distance Research Alliance
- TeachingWorks's strategy
- P2PU group, "DIY U"
- Free Technology Guild
- Anya Kamenetz's book
- How do you scale online courses that don't stink?
- What are new ways to recognize achievements?
- How do you assess 21st century skills?
- What are good pathways from interests to learning communities?
- What support mechanisms are needed?
- What is the role of content?
- Can we scale connected learning with a facilitator and how would we do that?
- Is it true connected learning when we're trying to take the role of the facilitator out of the picture somehow?
- Is the "DYI U" course a pathway that is appropriate or suitable for potentially anyone, or do you see problems there around...perpetuating inequitable access to education?