Tackling transition:the value of peer mentoring

@inproceedings{Clark2013TacklingTV,
  title={Tackling transition:the value of peer mentoring},
  author={Robin Clark and Jane Andrews and Paul Gorman},
  year={2013}
}
  • Robin Clark, Jane Andrews, Paul Gorman
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • This paper is aimed at those interested in the promotion of student retention in higher education; particularly those with an interest in peer mentoring as a means of student support. It critically discusses the results of an exploratory study analysing the perceptions of peer mentors and mentees within five universities in the United Kingdom. The aim of the study was to analyse how student peer mentoring can aid transition into university by focusing specifically on how senior students can… CONTINUE READING

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