The Research Group on Peer Learning (GRAI, by its acronym in Catalan) gathers professionals –both university researchers and teachers of compulsory education– engaged in the study, practice and dissemination of peer learning (cooperative and collaborative learning, and peer tutoring). It was created in 2004 as a working group of ICE from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and, currently, it is a Research Group recognised by the UAB. Some of its members take part in the Interuniversity Research Seminar on Teaching and Learning Strategies (SINTE, by its acronym in Catalan), a consolidated research group.
We understand that peer refers to people who occupy a similar social status, none of them behaving as a professional teacher with respect to the others. In this sense, we are concerned with cooperative learning among peers; among teachers; among members of one same family; and among voluntary people.
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Research Group about Peer Learning. (Juliol 2007). Barcelona. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Reference date. http://grupsderecerca.uab.cat/grai/