Peer Instruction
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Peer instruction is an evidence-based, interactive teaching method developed by Harvard Professor Eric Mazur in the early 1990s. Originally used to improve learning in introductory undergraduate physics classes at Harvard University, peer instruction is used in various disciplines and institutions across the globe. It is a student-centered approach that involves flipping the traditional classroom by moving information transfer out and moving information assimilation into the classroom. Research demonstrates the effectiveness of peer instruction over more traditional teaching methods, such as pure lecture. Peer instruction as a learning system involves students preparing to learn outside of class by doing pre-class readings and answering questions about those readings using another method, called Just-in-Time teaching. Then, in class, the instructor engages students by posing prepared conceptual questions or ConcepTests that are based on student difficulties. The questioning procedure...
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