Peeragogy in Action
PODCAST EPISODE #3
Join the co-founders of the Collective Intelligence Collaboratory (CICOLAB) Lauren Nignon and Charles Blass as they report initial findings on what makes “Peeragogy for Kids” and how you can use it in your own home or school learning environments.
Charles and Lauren bring in research and conversations with Howard Rheingold, Jerry Michalski, Open Global Mind and CICOLAB crew members at the Flow Show. Weaving the story beyond “learning pods”, sprouting the LearninGarden in the Kids Koolaboratory, aka KooLab.
Host for Episode #3 is Charles Danoff, Peeragogy Project editorial board and founder of Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory, Our episode producer is Joseph Corneli, PhD of the Peeragogy Project editorial board and executive editor of The Peeragogy Handbook. Podcast Producer: Charlotte Pierce, Pierce Press/Pierce Productions
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