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  1. What makes someone your peer?
  2. Defining Peer Learning
    Agency, Harvard defines success by what the learner becomes 📽️, Y Combinator puts the learner in control 📽️, Responsiveness, The UN FAO puts the learner in a fitting environment 📽️, Connectivity, Communities are conduits of knowledge 📽️, The learner is the educator 📽️
  3. Evaluating Peer Learning Environments
    The ARC Framework, Evaluating common approaches to education, Learning on the agenda doesn’t mean learning happened 📽️, The Africa Prize detects learners' needs before responding 📽️
  4. First steps to applying peer learning
    Adapting to learners, The Sources answered the questions "best practices" couldn't 📽️, Running diagnostics, Initiating Agency, Accelerating Agency, Peer retrospectives help people grow at Studio D 📽️, Farmhack uses small group projects to spark new possibilities. 📽️, Expanding connections, Shell connects its engineers, and then gets out of the way 📽️, Decentralising connectivity
  5. Communities mature in waves
    Explorers, Traders and Warriors, Lean Startup 📽️, Cubism 📽️, Blockchain 📽️, Finding a competitive advantage, Local ingredients, Interdisciplinary advantages, The Santa Fe Institute bet on its unlikely advantages 📽️, Picking your banner
  6. The disciplines behind peer learning
    Curation, Curators guide learners without telling them what to do 📽️, Facilitation, Convening
  7. (Re)Designing peer learning environments
    The Coherence Question, IMPM challenged the case study methodology to develop critical thinking 📽️, Assessment, When institutional goals cross internal agendas 📽️, Lower Access Time, Catch Wheel-spinning, Inject role models, Learner selection, Entrepreneur First outperformed Y Combinator by supporting local strengths 📽️