Peer Assisted Learning Digital Tools
Can digital tools make learning better?
Using digital tools, learners can access a vast amount of information and resources from anywhere and at any time, allowing for more personalized and flexible learning experiences.
Digital tools can also provide more engaging and interactive learning experiences through multimedia content, simulations, and gamification.
Furthermore, digital tools can facilitate communication and collaboration among learners and with teachers or experts.
Important: use these tools in a way that complements the learning objectives and strategies, and not as a substitute for the human connection and interaction that is at the core of PAL.
Are you a teacher, educator, trainer? You can access open educational resources (OER) and digital resources below.
(Digital) Tools for Peer-Assisted Learning
Those digital tools can help you in your classroom/teaching settings:
This tool can be used as a way to register collective processes and the learning that derives from it. We used it within a Community of Practice, a Transnational Partnership, as well as a way to share the Participatory Process at the local level.
Teachfloor allows any course creators and trade schools to move online; creating and selling cohort-based courses.
Brainly is a crowdsourced questions and answers site for homework, with content covering 20 subjects.
3D models with augmented reality supporting the learning content in vocational training subjects in the fields of Mechanical engineering, Electrical engineering and Automation.
Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets you collaborate in real time.
The content was created within iPeer project - intellectual output #3 (Project No. 2020-1-BG01-KA226-VET-095211), Erasmus+, KA2, 2020-2023.
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