The 10th issue of the Journal of Peer Learning has now been published. A must read for anyone interested in peer learning.
This seems an interesting symposium for people working with HE students: Constructing the higher education student: understanding spatial variations I & II Friday 01 September 2017 (14:40 – 16:20) & Friday 01 September 2017 (16:50 – 18:30) Many scholars have argued that, in contemporary society, higher education policy and practice have both been profoundly changed by […]
A wonderful project utilising the power of peer learning: The Padlet Project The Padlet Project is an active learning initiative developed by Wendy Garnham in conjunction with the Technology Enhanced Learning team at University of Sussex for use with Foundation Year Psychology students. More about Padlet.
The National Autistic Society has produced a guide for mentors supporting students on the autistic spectrum: Supporting students on the autism spectrum Although the guide is a couple of years old it seems to be still one of the few resources available for mentors in this area. Worth passing on to any student mentors working […]
Building community with peer mentors This initiative employs peer mentors to run a large writing course for college freshman. ‘… mentors write alongside the students, read alongside the students, and sometimes complain about the work alongside the students. They function as peers, near-peers, more capable peers, and sometimes as instructors’. There’s also a Theory & Practice […]
What lovely feedback… Mentors moving on and taking on other support roles within the University. Mentoring does make a difference! I did not realise that last week Tuesday would be the last session for Education Café and therefore I did not get the chance to speak to you in person. So, I would just like […]
To remind of those small but very important moments…