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Peer Assisted Learning

Literatur & Downloads

Stimmen von Lehrenden:

-> Stephan Kopsieker über PAL (SoSe 2016)

-> Prof. Dr. Valerie Kastrup über PAL (SoSe 2016)

[weitere Beiträge]

 

 

-> Dr. Oliver Siebold über PAL (WiSe 2015/16)

Literatur:

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[Einzelnachweise]

Arendale, D. (1998). Increasing efficiency and effectiveness of learning for freshmen students through supplemental instruction. The role of developmental education in preparing successful college students. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, The National Association for Developmental Education and the National Center for Study of the First Year Experience and Students in Transitions. [online]

Capstick, S. (2004, January). Benefits and Shortcomings of Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) in Higher Education: an appraisal by students. In Peer Assisted Learning Conference.

Capstick, S., & Fleming, H. (2004). The learning environment of peer assisted learning. In Peer Assisted Learning Conference. [online]

Capstick, S., Fleming, H., & Hurne, J. (2004, January). Implementing Peer Assisted Learning in Higher Education: The experience of a new university and a model for the achievement of a mainstream programme. In Peer Assisted learning conference (p. 6). [online]

Green, A. (2007). Peer Assisted Learning: empowering first year engagement with a formal curriculum through the educative. [online]

Green, P. (2011). A Literature Review of Peer Assisted Learning (PAL). National HE STEM Programme Project – Peer Assisted Learning: In and beyond the classroom. [online]

Lockspeiser, T. M., O’Sullivan, P., Teherani, A., & Muller, J. (2008). Understanding the experience of being taught by peers: the value of social and cognitive congruence. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 13(3), 361‐372.

Parkinson, M. (2009). The effect of Peer assisted learning support (PALS) on performance in mathematics and chemistry. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 46(4), 381‐ 392.

Parton, Steve, Noad, Victoria (2013). Special Feature Peer Assisted Learning PAL Leader Training at Bournemouth University: 12 years on and still evolving. The Journal of Pedagogic Development 2013, 18. [online]

Topping, K. J. (2005). Trends in peer learning. Educational psychology, 25(6), 631‐645. [online]

 

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