Planning sustainable peer learning programs: An application and reflection

@inproceedings{Adam2011PlanningSP,
  title={Planning sustainable peer learning programs: An application and reflection},
  author={Adam Adam and Jane Skalicky and Natalie Marie Brown},
  year={2011}
}
A Peer Learning Framework was proposed at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) to foster a coherent approach to peer learning programs and to guide the effective design and planning of new initiatives (Skalicky & Brown, 2009). A planning tool was constructed within a theoretical framework underpinned by a community of practice model (Lave & Wenger, 1991). The framework is examined through its application to a program which offers student-facilitated drop-in learning skills support. The framework’s… CONTINUE READING

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