Most Popular Papers *
“My Purpose Was to Help Them With Accounting, Not English”: An Exploratory Study of Languages Other Than English in Peer Assisted Study Sessions
Briony J. Supple, Gill Best, and Amanda Pearce
Social Justice, Learning Centredness and a First Year Experience Peer Mentoring Program: How Might They Connect?
Catherine Rawlinson and Michael Willimott
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS): Does Gender Matter?
Peter M. Geerlings, Helen Cole, Sharryn Batt, and Pamela Martin-Lynch
The Power of Freedom: Setting up a Multimodal Exhibition With Undergraduate Students to Foster Their Learning and Help Them to Achieve
Sandra Abegglen, Tom Burns, and Sandra Sinfield
The development of a peer assisted learning model for the clinical education of physiotherapy students
Samantha L. Sevenhuysen, Wendy Nickson, Melanie K. Farlie, Lyn Raitman, Jennifer L. Keating, Elizabeth Molloy, Elizabeth Skinner, Stephen Maloney, and Terry P. Haines
How Learning Theory Creates a Foundation for SI Leader Training
G. Jacobs, M. Hurley, and C. Unite
Classmate peer-coaching: "A Study Buddy Support scheme"
Jyothi Thalluri, Jackie A. O'Flaherty, and Paul L. Shepherd
Online Peer Assisted Learning: Reporting on practice
Helen Watts, Makis Malliris, and Olivia Billingham
A study of medical students' peer learning on clinical placements: What they have taught themselves to do
Joanna H-M Tai, Terry P. Haines, Benedict J. Canny, and Elizabeth K. Molloy
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