About Peer Instruction Network
Peer Instruction Network
Peer Instruction Network is the global community for current and future users of Peer Instruction and related interactive teaching methods. By joining, you can Connect with other innovative educators, Share experiences and resources, and Learn how to transform teaching and learning using research-based methods.
Peer Instruction is a research-based, interactive teaching method developed by Eric Mazur at Harvard University in the 1990s. It has been adopted across the disciplines, institutional types, and throughout the world. To learn more about Peer Instruction, check out our blog at Turn to Your Neighbor and download papers and talks about Peer Instruction on Mazur’s website.
Peer Instruction Network Team
Peer Instruction Network was founded and directed by Julie Schell, senior postdoctoral fellow in the Mazur Group, in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University and Eric Mazur, the developer of Peer Instruction and the Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Harvard University and Area Dean of Applied Physics. Follow them on twitter at @julieschell and @eric_mazur