The Peeragogy Handbook isn't a normal book. It is an evolving guide, and it tells a collaboratively written story that you can help write.
Author: Howard Rheingold
The Peeragogy Handbook isn't a normal book. It is an evolving guide, and it tells a collaboratively written story that you can help write. It is a living document, and we've released a new version every year as we improve the material.We've built the book collaboratively online. At any given moment the latest version is available on peeragogy.org. You can comment on each page in the onlineedition. And you can talk directly with the contributors and connectwith others who are interested in applying peeragogy in thePeeragogy in Action community on G+.But the print edition lets you do some things that the web doesn't. Get out a pen or pencil and mark it up as you read -underline, or cross things out. Ask questions and think about how things could be said better or how the ideas could be made more effective. And get back to us with your ideas for the next edition.We're not being lazy - this is what we've been doing ourselves for three years!To make it easier to dive into the content, we're kicking things off with a short workbook that contains a concise guide to the who, what, when, where, how and why of peeragogy. We've alsoupdated our pattern catalog, added more case studies, and made numerous small improvements to the text throughout.
Author: Ta?k?ran, Nurdan ÖncelPublish On: 2015-02-28
Annals of the Academy of Management, 2(1), 433–474. doi:10.1080/
19416520802211644 Rheingold, H. (2012). Net Smart: How to Thrive Online.
Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Rheingold, H. (Ed.). (2014, March 21). Peeragogy Handbook ...
Author: Ta?k?ran, Nurdan Öncel
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Business & Economics
Social media pervades people’s awareness and everyday lives while also influencing societal and cultural patterns. In response to the social media age, advertising agents are creating new strategies that best suit changing consumer relationships. The Handbook of Research on Effective Advertising Strategies in the Social Media Age focuses on the radically evolving field of advertising within the new media environment. Covering new strategies, structural transformation of media, and changing advertising ethics, this book is a timely publication for policymakers, government officials, academicians, researchers, and school practitioners interested in furthering their research exposure and analyzing the rapidly evolving advertising sector and its reflection on social media.
2. Establish what happened. 4. Determine how the task should be done
differently the next time. e stated purpose of the AAR is to “identify strengths and
shortcomings in unit planning, prepa- ration, and execution, and guide leaders to
Author: Paul Alexander StewartPublish On: 2020-12-31
pedagogical commitment 106 pedagogy 42; as art practice 8; as social action 2;
see also critical pedagogy Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Freire) 2, 40 peeragogy
65 Peeragogy Handbook 66 Peña, Guillermo Gómez 12 Performing Pedagogy ...
Author: Paul Alexander Stewart
Category: Social Science
This book offers a re-examination of art production in terms that understand the process of learning as the production of art itself. Drawing on the thought of Ranciere, Freire, Gramsci and Mouffe, it provides an account of the politics of art production and a theoretical understanding of hegemonic power, while developing a view of method in critical pedagogy founded on the process of ‘making adversaries’. Through a re-evaluation of the relationships between process, arts production and pedagogy within accelerated developments of neoliberalism, the author uncovers ways of forming a more co-operative and less conflictual approach to democratic politics. An investigation of ways in which art practice can be used to engage with critical pedagogy in relation to a commodity driven neoliberal agenda, Art, Critical Pedagogy and Capitalism constitutes a radical rethinking of art making, and an attempt to address the paradox between the proliferation of the commodity of learning and the perceived crisis of arts education. As such, it will appeal to scholars of education, pedagogy and the arts with interests in social and critical theory.
The peeragogy handbook (2013) 2. Attwell, G.: Personal Learning Environments
– the future of eLearning? eLearning Papers 2(1), 1–7 (2007) 3. Attwell, G.,
Hughes, J.: Pedagogic Approaches to Using Technology for Learning: Literature
Author: Vladimir Trajkovik
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Information communication technologies have become the necessity in everyday life enabling increased level of communication, processing and information exchange to extent that one could not imagine only a decade ago. Innovations in these technologies open new fields in areas such as: language processing, biology, medicine, robotics, security, urban planning, networking, governance and many others. The applications of these innovations are used to define services that not only ease, but also increase the quality of life. Good education is essential for establishing solid basis of individual development and performance. ICT is integrated part of education at every level and type. Therefore, the special focus should be given to possible deployment of the novel technologies in order to achieve educational paradigms adapted to possible educational consumer specific and individual needs. This book offers a collection of papers presented at the Fifth International Conference on ICT Innovations held in September 2013, in Ohrid, Macedonia. The conference gathered academics, professionals and practitioners in developing solutions and systems in the industrial and business arena especially innovative commercial implementations, novel applications of technology, and experience in applying recent ICT research advances to practical solutions.
(2016). The Peeragogy Handbook (3rd ed.) ... Studies in Higher Education, 33(2),
193–204. doi:10.1080/03075070801916344 Hawkes, M. (2006). ... Moving
Towards More Peeragogy Learning Experiences For Conferences And
Author: Kumar, Pradeep
Publisher: IGI Global
The current trend of learner centeredness in education has been challenging many of the current ways of working, especially in higher education institutions. This rapid change in educational institutions demands educators acquire new sets of skills via continuous reflective practices. Hence, educators in higher education institutions are actively involved in research-driven teaching and learning practices. This change of role from mere content delivery to learning facilitators could be better achieved through a strong research-driven community of practice. Preparing 21st Century Teachers for Teach Less, Learn More (TLLM) Pedagogies is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the application of practice-based learning techniques in higher education institutions. This publication establishes a platform for academics to share their best practices to promote teach less, learn more pedagogies and learn reciprocally from the community of practice. While highlighting topics such as interactive learning, experiential technology, and logical thinking skills, this book is ideally designed for teachers, instructional designers, higher education faculty, deans, researchers, professionals, universities, academicians, and students seeking current research on transformative learning and future teaching practices.