Peer To Peer Programming

Peer Solutions’ TIPP programming is peer led and developed to maximize impact with evidence-based strategies that are comprehensive, permanent, and sustainable. We work with you to develop, facilitate, and evaluate a package with components for students, administrators, school staff, and community partners. We offer fall, winter/spring, and summer sessions with interactive lessons and activities. Please contact if you would like to take a look at any materials. Please note we adjust materials to meet the need of those we serve.

What is Peer to Peer Education?

Peer-to-peer education is a form of learning in which individuals of similar age or educational level teach and learn from each other in an informal setting. It involves a sharing of knowledge and skills among peers with support from caring adults.

In this type of education, the learners are responsible for their own learning and can take a more active role in the learning process. Peer-to-peer education can take many forms, including peer tutoring, study groups, online discussion forums, or mentoring programs.

Peer-to-peer education has several benefits, including increased motivation and engagement, better retention of information, and the development of communication and leadership skills. It can also be an effective way to reach underserved populations and improve access to education.

School Programming Goals

  • Establish a school and district wide culture of safety, equity, and respect
  • Prevent harassment and all forms of violence before they begin
  • Normalize immediate trauma informed intervention responses
  • Increase school performance, graduation and attendance rates
  • Satisfy school, district, local and state laws and requirements
  • Cultivate permanently healthy youth, families, schools, workplaces, communities, and governments

Why cultivating safety, equity, and respect (SER) works

90% of behavior is learned through modeling. By modeling SER, we encourage others to do the same. People that feel safe and treated equitably with respect are even better students, employees, family and community members. They're more likely to be in healthy relationships and less likely to hurt themselves or others. 

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