Creating a Peer Instruction network

January 10, 2012 at 9:07 am 2 comments

Eric Mazur sent email to a bunch of teachers using PI over the weekend — there’s a new resource for Peer Instruction being set up:

With this first message, we are inviting you to join the Peer Instruction Network at It will take only a few minutes to register. Once we have registered a significant number of users, we will launch site features which include the ability to locate other Peer Instruction users from your discipline, at your institution, or in your country. We will also post frequently asked questions and associated answers and publish user experiences with PI. Eventually we plan to facilitate the sharing and dissemination of materials.

In addition, I, along with Peer Instruction Network co-founder Julie Schell, will be happy to respond to questions and interact with the members of the PI Network in order to strengthen the PI user community.

Please join the worldwide network of Peer Instruction users today at

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