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We help create communities of practitioners by training teachers at all levels in producing videos of their own teaching practice. The videos are shared with fellow teachers and used as a source of reflection for the development of teachers’ own practice – and as an inspiration for others engaged in similar topics in their classrooms.

Unlike many other professions, teachers all over the world are very isolated in their professional lives. They rarely – in most cases never – see other teachers teach, nor teach in collaboration with other teachers. They lack a ‘community of practice’ and access to peer-to-peer feedback and inspiration.

Videos and social media can help overcome this. By involving teachers in recording their good practices, we support that inspirational teaching methods are identified, documented and shared fast and efficiently. It is a bottom-up and potentially exponential way to boost teachers’ competences as part of their everyday work.

Videos can demonstrate what is hard to describe in words alone – learning processes and pedagogical methods as they unfold in a classroom setting. The videos are all less than three minutes long and recorded using the teachers’ own smartphones or tablets.

By sharing practice, we wish to empower teachers to reflect, share, source and develop their own teaching by improving their capabilities for self-organized and collaborative competence development. In doing so, we take part of an international movement, where videos and social media are used as a source for learning on an ongoing basis.



Peer Practice

Peer Practice is a participatory, collaborative and scalable learning system, where teachers, trainers and other practitioners develop professionally while producing videos of their own teaching practices. Through recording their own practices, the practitioners are given the opportunity to show what is hard to describe with words alone – the teaching situation – in combination with ‘behind the scenes’ reflections on why and when the shown practice can be useful to others. Thereby, the practitioners see themselves in action, put own observations and reflections into words, and receive constructive feed forward from peers concerning their practices.
Peer Practice consists of physically and virtually supported training modules along with a number of worksheets. During the training modules, the practitioners are guided through the process of making short, effective videos through a progressive and structured learning journey of reflection, peer review and hands-on experience. The videos are only a few minutes long and can be recorded with the practitioner’s own smartphones or tablets.
Peer Practice is a method for growing practice based competence. Alongside, the Peer Practice videos can inspire other practitioners and support the transfer and dissemination of good teaching practices to other practitioners. On the longer run, the purpose is to nurture a strong, open and active learning culture among practitioners in order for them to learn with and from each other – and thereby collectively strive for the creation of even better learning outcomes among the learners.

Craft & Design

An online video community for craft and design teachers sponsored by the Ministry of Education in Denmark. Craft and design is a new subject on the curriculum of Danish schools. The aim of the community is to involve teachers in documenting and sharing own pedagogical practices by using their smartphones and tablets in making short videos. However, in the early prototype phase videos have been recorded and edited by a professional video photographer.

Working partners

Qeqqata Kommunia
Vejle Kommune
Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke ActionAid
Danida Fellowship Centre



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