At the P2PU School of Ed, we are starting a new round of free, open peer learning groups for teachers.

These courses will start on March 5 and are available for sign-up now:

Student Grant Writing – A group for high school teachers and students interested in writing a grant to fund a local school project

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Empower Your Personal Learning — Taking control of your personal learning is an important 21st century skill — for students and for educators. In this group, we’ll explore new ways to empower your own professional learning and how to get started.

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Writing and Inquiry in the Digital Age — Join a National Writing Project study group seminar as we explore these questions together and share our work and inquiries with the NWP Digital Is community.

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Effective Use of Multimedia and Graphics — Participants will explore and apply techniques and strategies to foster deeper learning using multimedia and graphics.

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Global Classroom Collaborations – Elementary — Elementary teachers from around the world will discuss, design, and establish collaborations between their classrooms.

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Global Classroom Collaborations – Secondary — Secondary teachers from around the world will discuss, design, and establish collaborations between their classrooms.

We hope you'll join us!

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The P2PU School of Ed brings the model of open, community-based peer learning to professional learning for K-12 teachers. All P2PU courses are free and open licensed.

It's about hands-on learning driven by each educator's particular needs and classroom situations. It's about connecting, collaborating, and creating, not just reading or studying.

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