The authors share their experience in co-leading a peer-leader program and the unexpected benefits that inure to students, faculty and especially, peer leaders. They share the value of peer leader feedback in their efforts to continually improve the program and in informing their own pedagogy in an entry-level financial accounting course.
Tobin, M. & Golden, C. (2015). Peer Assisted Learning: Unexpected Benefits for all Stakeholders – Students, Peer Leaders & Faculty. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, 16. Retrieved from http://teachingandlearningtogether.blogs.brynmawr.edu/sixteenth-issue-fall-2015/peer-assisted-learning-unexpected-benefits-for-all-stakeholders-students-peer-leaders-faculty.
Virtual Commons Citation
Tobin, MaryBeth and Golden, Caitlin (2015). Peer Assisted Learning: Unexpected Benefits for all Stakeholders - Students, Peer Leaders & Faculty. In Faculty Scholarship (SoTL). Paper 10.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/otl_fac/10