Docemur Docemus: Peer-Assisted Learning Improves the Knowledge Gain of Tutors in the Highest Quartile of Achievement but Not Those in the Lowest Quartile.

@article{Donohoe2015DocemurDP,
  title={Docemur Docemus: Peer-Assisted Learning Improves the Knowledge Gain of Tutors in the Highest Quartile of Achievement but Not Those in the Lowest Quartile.},
  author={Claire L. Donohoe and John B. Conneely and Nathan R Zilbert and Martina Hennessy and Susie J Schofield and John Vincent Reynolds},
  journal={Journal of surgical education},
  year={2015},
  volume={72 6},
  pages={1139-44}
}
OBJECTIVES Peer-assisted learning (PAL) is a form of collaborative learning where members of a peer group act as teachers for each other. A reciprocal PAL program was designed to investigate whether there were differential gains in knowledge acquisition among tutors compared with tutees. DESIGN Bayesian statistical analysis was used to quantitatively… CONTINUE READING