Academic Peer Learning is a network to support the community of practice focused on diverse academic peer learning. Their aim is: Empower and engage the students we work with to make a sustained, positive impact through their academic peer learning practice Raise the profile of academic peer learning, including contributing to national and international developments […]
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.
One of our mentors has reflected on his mentoring practice by producing wonderful cup art:
Written by one of our mentors, Hapon: On days when 2500 words seems a million miles away When the 3pm deadline leaves you lost in dismay When the subject and details are impossible to apply A peer mentor a helper in which you can rely A new place, a new year and nothing to go […]
The BBC News article ‘University opens without any teachers‘ describes plans of an university to open without any teachers: ‘The US college, a branch of an institution in France with the same name, will train about a thousand students a year in coding and software development…‘ How it will work? Students will mentor each other […]
Imagine a library full of human books… The Human Library Organisation is using this idea to promote social change. Their aim is to build a positive framework for conversation that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. And… They achieve this by putting real people on loan for readers! You can meet their “books”: http://humanlibrary.org/meet-our-human-books/ And […]
This is the brilliant work of first year Education Studies, Education & Social Policy and Education Studies & English Literature students at London Metropolitan University (UK) completed in the last two years with the help of second year mentors. Have a look – to see what is possible when different year groups work together. November […]