School of Ed

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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.

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. All courses in this school are free, open-licensed (CC BY), and online. You can use the content in them for any purpose you like as long as you cite the source.

School Organizers

Philipp (school organizer) karen (school organizer) Anna (school organizer) Christopher Batchelder (school organizer)

We are excited to be hosting a part of Play Youth Voices, a a learning game structured around a series of challenges for ELA, history/social studies, arts and media, and science, created by Paul Allison through the NYC Writing Project‘s Youth Voices project. This includes 15 challenges within each of the 4 subject areas listed above and are associated with 60 badges on P2PU. Several are featured above

These are some ideas for new courses for which we are seeking co-organizers:


Past offerings from the School of Ed include:

Sept., 2011


March, 2012


Summer, 2012

Early 2013

Late 2013/Early 2014