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Friday, July 17 • 10:20am - 11:25am
Fostering Peer Instruction Opportunities (With and Without Technology)

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Peer instruction is a powerful pedagogical tool for teachers. Have you tried it? Students teaching students. Online tools like Socrative and Google Forms can assist staff in creating assessable peer instruction opportunities. How can we make it even more motivating for students? In this session we will look at methods such as student creation of questions, both closed and open ended, as well as integrating principles of game design into the team aspect of peer instruction.

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Craig Verbruggen

Head of Mathematics, eLearning Coordinator, Bishop Druitt College
Craig is Head of Mathematics (7-12) and also the eLearning Coordinator (K-12) at Bishop Druitt College, Coffs Harbour, Australia. He is passionate about creating and implementing authentic assessments in Mathematics and sharing these ideas with other subject areas to adapt. Craig currently organises ICT staff professional learning opportunities through many methods including professional learning communities amongst staff. Flipped learning... Read More →


Friday July 17, 2015 10:20am - 11:25am
Beacon Hill Room Boston Park Plaza