What the Students Know: Why Peer-to-Peer Works

Tuesday, March 7
12:30PM - 12:50PM
Austin Convention Center - Room 15

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Erik Choi
Brainly Inc - Principal Researcher

Summary

Peer-to-peer learning is a common behavior in students, be it through group projects or by helping one another on assignments, but it’s one that we still don’t quite understand. Brainly has unprecedented insight from its 60M users about the ways in which students learn. In this presentation, Brainly Research Manager, Erik Choi will unlock student’s unique learning habits and preferences as well as the reasons behind why they help each other learn. Using his findings from surveys and focus-groups, Erik will also highlight teachers’ perspectives on peer-to-peer learning, and will help teachers align with students to better foster collaborative learning inside the classroom and out.

Event Type:
Sessions
Format:
Future20
Track:
Implementation
Tags:
social learning data peer-to-peer

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