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    Anna is an information science researcher who has worked closely with professors and educators in the United States and Denmark. She’s interested in how people seek, access, and interact with information. Anna received her master's in Information Science and Cultural Communication from the University of Copenhagen.

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  • Why Peer Teachers Learn More

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    August 29th, 2015 No Comments Features

    We’re hard-wired to learn from our interactions with others. Not only do we get information from listening to other people, we also learn a lot from teaching. According to Rolf Ploetzner, and his co authors on the paper Learning by Explaining to Oneself and to Others, “In research on collaborative problem solving and learning, it has… Read More