The Peeragogy Handbook, v. 3: The No-Longer-Missing Guide to Peer Learning & Peer Production

The Peeragogy Handbook, v. 3: The No-Longer-Missing Guide to Peer Learning & Peer Production

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Overview

The Peeragogy Handbook is a distillation of practical, effective strategies, patterns and case studies you can use for your collaborative learning and work projects. Until the advent of the web and widespread access to digital media, traditional systems effectively monopolized the pursuit of learning. Now, with access to open educational resources and free or inexpensive communication platforms, groups of people can more easily learn together outside as well as inside formal institutions. You’ll discover how, in this book. The Peeragogy Project was inspired by internet pioneer Howard Rheingold in 2012 and co-created by contributors from around the planet, working on synchronous, asynchronous, analog and digital platforms. Drawing from direct experience and research, our merry band of “peeragogues” has identified, implemented, and refined effective patterns for working together. And it’s fun - the best motivation for learning! Version 3 of the Peeragogy Handbook features a new pattern catalog and many significant enhancements.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780996097512
Publisher: Pierce Press / DayTripper Books
Publication date: 07/01/2016
Series: Peeragogy Handbook , #3
Edition description: V.3 features a new pattern catalog, workbook, curriculum guide, and substantial improvements.
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword i
Preface to the Third Edition v
I Introduction
1 Welcome!
2 Chapter Summaries
II Motivation
3 Why we're doing this
4 Case Study: 5PH1NX
III Peeragogy in Practice
5 Thinking about patterns
6 Patterns of Peeragogy
6.1 Peeragogy
6.2 Roadmap
6.3 Reduce, reuse, recycle
6.4 Carrying Capacity
6.5 A specific project
6.6 Wrapper
6.7 Heartbeat
6.8 Newcomer
6.9 Scrapbook 90
7 Emergent Roadmap
8 Case Study: SWATs
IV Convening A Group
9 So you've decided to try peer learning...
10 Play and learning
11 K-12 Peeragogy
12 P2P SOLE
13 Case Study: Meeting with the PVC
V Organizing a Learning Context
14 Organizing Co-Learning
15 Adding structure
16 The student authored syllabus
17 Case Study: Collaborative Explorations
VI Cooperation
18 Co-facilitation
19 The Workscape
20 Participation
21 Designs for co-working
22 A co-working story
VII Assessment
23 Peeragogical Assessment
24 Researching Peeragogy
VIII Technologies, Services, and Platforms
25 Peeragogy Technology
26 Forums
27 Wiki
28 Real-time Meetings
29 How to Organize a MOOC
IX Resources
30 How to put Peeragogy into Action
31 Recommended Reading
32 License/Waiver

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