Why it is so important to listen actively: You’re not listening. Here’s why. There’s an unconscious tendency to tune out people you feel close to because you think you already know what they are going to say.
Check out these Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) resources: https://www.arendale.org/peer-learning-resources/ There’s further resources related to peer assisted learning, mentoring and working in partnerships which you may want to explore: https://www.arendale.org/overview-of-resources-section
This free open access book (edited by Mercer-Mapstone and Abbot) makes a case for ‘The Power of Partnership‘. The Power of Partnership celebrates the nuance and depth of student-faculty partnerships in higher education and illustrates the many ways that partnership—the equitable collaboration among students, staff, and faculty in support of teaching and learning—has the potential […]
This guide/handbook contains useful tips and tricks of how to become a better mentor and a better listener.
This site contains useful tips for having a difficult conversation. We recommend that if you’re worried about someone, you try talking to them. It’s okay if you’re not an expert – just listening can help someone work through what’s on their mind. SHUSH tips
Team-Based Learning Collaborative is an interesting initiative who encourages and supports the use of Team-Based Learning in all levels of education. Team-Based Learning is defined as: an evidence based collaborative learning teaching strategy designed around units of instruction, known as “modules,” that are taught in a three-step cycle: preparation, in-class readiness assurance testing, and application-focused […]
For those that speak German… Relational Becoming – mit Anderen werden (Meissner, 2019) is a new book that explores the relationship between the individual and the group – and the importance of belonging and becoming. In Zeiten gewaltvoller sozialer Ausgrenzungen ist eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit fixierenden Vorstellungen von »Zugehörigkeit« relevanter denn je – doch bleiben […]