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This blog contains articles about Peer Instruction and related student-centered learning approaches written by researchers, developers, and users of these methods. The articles are written to provide practical advice to instructors using Peer Instruction in their classes, or those interested in getting started. Topics include creating and finding class questions, flipping the classroom, and use of Peer Instruction for different size and level of classes. As part of the Peer Instruction Network, this blog supports a wide range of disciplines and types of institutions.
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Turn to Your Neighbor: The Official Peer Instruction Blog:
Is Part Of Peer Instruction Network
Turn to Your Neighbor is an important service of the Peer Instruction Network.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains How to write and evaluate effective questions: Best Practices in Peer Instruction
This blog post provides advice regarding peer instruction questions from researchers and instructors.relation by Bruce Mason
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