In this presenation the author will briefly describe their work in student-sourcing conceptually challenging questions and their potential answers. This is an intrinsically interactive pedagogy and lends itself to authentic demonstration. Given the time constraints we will illustrate crowd-sourcing of potential answers to a conceptually challenging question that nevertheless has general accessibility. We will then poll participants to reveal whether our question and the proposed answer lies in the Goldilock’s zone and discover whether peer instruction improves our understanding and leads us collectively towards a better understanding.
Mazur (1997). Peer Instruction A User’s Manual