2014 JHSPH Symposium: Peer to Peer: Learning and Assessment

Program and Recordings

Part 1 Recording (16:24)


Welcome

Dr. Stephen Gange, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor Department of Epidemiology



Peer Learning: What the Evidence Says

Sara Hill, Senior Curriculum Designer, Office of Academic Affairs
Slides --- Resources

Part 2 Recording (66 minutes)


(Note: Howard's slides/screen were not captured in the recording. Please refer to the slides linked below.)


From Pedagogy to Peeragogy: Social Media as Scaffold for Co-learning

Howard Rheingold, Lecturer, Stanford University, author of Net Smart: How to Thrive Online and editor of Peeragogy: The Handbook (Peeragogy.org)
Slides



Peer Learning in the Sciences: How and Why to Implement Activities

Laura Foster, JHU Krieger, Assistant Director of Academic Support
Slides --- Questions Handout

Part 3 Recording  (2 hours)


Faculty Panel: Peer Learning in Action at JHSPH

List of participants:

Gundula Bosch  --- Slides

Bill Brieger --- Slides

Bill Spannhake (no slides)



JHSPH Coursera Student Data: How Does Peer Assessment Measure Up?

Clark Shah-Nelson, Senior Instructional Designer,
JHSPH Center for Teaching and Learning
Slides



Peer Assessment: No Tech & High Tech

Kathy Gresh, Instructional Designer, CTL
Dee Werapitiya, Instructional Designer, CTL
Brian Klaas, Senior Web Developer, CTL
No Tech Slides


Peer Learning Activity

Rohini Vanchiswaran, Instructional Designer, CTL
Amy Kitchens, Instructional Designer, CTL

Handout




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Amy Kitchens,
Apr 7, 2014, 7:18 AM
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