A useful resource for all those working in Higher Education: No 12, 2017 http://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe
This looks very interesting… The Student’s guide to peer mentoring: Get more from your university experience by Louise Frith, Gina May, Amanda Pocklington (2017 Palgrave) There are many different reasons for students to become a peer mentor. Perhaps you are looking to enhance your CV, or simply to help others? Whatever your motivations, this book will […]
The 10th issue of the Journal of Peer Learning has now been published. A must read for anyone interested in peer learning.
An interesting article exploring what young people want in terms of their education (something which is rarely explored these days): 6 Tips on the Future of Learning from Actual Teenage Exponential Thinkers How these you people want education to be: Make it about ME Let’s DO things Don’t ditch me in an online course Be my […]
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I have just discovered a book which seems a relevant read for everyone working in education. The book – Learning and Awareness by Ference Marton and Shirley Booth (1997) – explores experiences of learning. This book stems from more than 25 years of systematic research into the experience of learning undertaken by a research team […]
The University of Brunel has created a new PAL (Peer Assisted Learning) website. It includes 4 short promotional videos with staff and students looking at: What is PAL? PAL for students Being a PAL Leader PAL for Academics Have a look!