The most effective way to learn for students is peer learning. Peersdom exists to promote peer learning among student communities as well as professional communities. Peer learning creates roles for each student, whether it be a learner or a helper. Not only does the peer learner gain knowledge from a similarly aged and positioned peer helper, but the peer helper effectively reinforces what they teach to the peer learner.
By connecting with friends and fellow peers, students now have the capability to ask for help in a much more comfortable environment. Let’s face it – there’s always some intimidation involved as a student asks a teacher for help. It can be embarrassing, and it’s almost always a scary situation for the student. Peersdom eliminates the emotional distress involved with schoolwork.