What are the key points that make this micro-course compelling?

  • It's different​!

    This is an alternative slant on peer teaching.

  • Easy to implement!

    Anyone can implement this approach!

  • It promotes student agency!

    The 'Teams of Three' competition is inherently engaging because - despite being highly structured - it has a strong student-centred aspect to it. And this leads to student agency.

Course curriculum

    1. Welcome To This Peer Teaching Micro-Course

    2. Course Aims and Requirements

    3. Some logistics ...

    4. Introduce Yourself*

    1. What's All The Fuss About Peer Teaching?

    2. Peer teaching: Organic or organised?

    1. Peer Teaching In Teams Of Three (Video)

    1. Your Implementation Report*

    2. We'd Love Your Feedback ... *

    3. A Final Word ...

About this course

  • $20.00
  • 10 lessons

You might be wondering ...

  • How long will this micro-course take me to complete?

    About 20-30 minutes if worked through thoroughly. The tutorial comprises one excellent video and some practical, feet-on-the-ground reading.

  • I'm an experienced teacher. How likely am I to want to implement the approach in the tutorial?

    Many highly experienced teachers have been super impressed by this tutorial.​ There is only one way to find out if you will find it useful ... dive on in, but don't skim the details!


Richard Andrew

Hi! I’m Richard. I’ve been delivering PD to teachers since 2007 - after twenty-plus years in the classroom, six as a Department Head. My main PD thrust is to support teachers to improve their ability to foster agency and understanding in students. This is because we only shine as mathematics teachers when our students demonstrate agency ... when students assume ownership through experiencing a sense of control over their learning. I've always been fascinated by the craft of teaching maths. I have a knack for presenting complex pedagogical ideas in easy-to-follow ways, and in the absence of edu-babble.