Exchanging experience: a peer-assisted learning approach to mentoring

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Abstract

The redesigned mentoring scheme was piloted across the academic year 18/19. Four peer-assisted learning sessions were facilitated across the year engaging staff from BA Childhood and Youth and Learning Development. Students from courses BA Childhood and Youth and BA Education Studies were engaged in the project as mentors and mentees.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Jun 2019

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  • mentoring
  • student experience
  • support
  • peer

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