Document Type

Other

Rights

This item is available under a Creative Commons License for non-commercial use only

Disciplines

*pedagogy, Arts

Publication Details

Submitted as part fulfillment of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Learning and Teaching portfolio 2006.

Abstract

This report examines reciprocal peer learning as a way to involve design students in a cooperative process of critical enquiry and reflection. It looks at various interpretations of peer learning and describes my own experience of incorporating peer learning into my teaching. It identifies some of the advantages and reflects on some of the challenges presented by peer learning approaches.

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