The Peer to Peer Secondary Curriculum: Reimagined is an updated version of the Peer to Peer Online Course. The goal of the Peer to Peer Secondary Curriculum: Reimagined is to provide access to quality, engaging, and age-appropriate content for Peer to Peer high school courses.
This revision offers refreshed content with an emphasis on neurodiversity and the strengths of people with autism and related disabilities. Given that the same instructional tools are not used universally across the state, central to this revision was the ability for educators to take the content and distribute it using the tools available to them. The Teacher Portal has the tools and resources necessary to deliver the revised content to students.
There are two main components of the curriculum:
You may choose to either:
- Follow the Pacing Guide and use the Google Site to share the materials with your students, or
- Follow the Pacing Guide and package the materials into your own Learning Management System such as Google Classroom or Moodle.
To learn more, open the Peer to Peer Secondary Curriculum: Reimagined Facilitator Pacing Guide or watch this brief video. Thank you for your dedication to Peer to Peer!
The Peer to Peer Curriculum for semester two is under development. You may access the Google folder with the original versions of the Peer to Peer Curriculum here.