2018 NADE Webinar: Best Practices of Postsecondary Peer Learning Programs
This fast-paced webinar presents cutting-edge research concerning best practices of the major peer learning models used across the U.S. (Supplemental Instruction, Emerging Scholars Program, Peer-Led Team Learning, and others) from 1,400 publications. Following are web links to some of the materials shared.
Link to PowerPoint slides for this webinar These all all the PP slides for this webinar. I will only talk about the highlights of each slide with the intent for you to review this handout in more detail afterwards.
Link to Annotated Bibliography of UMN PAL Program Publications For the complete annotated bibliography of 1,400+ citations from which one was taken, click on the link to the larger bibliography below.
Resources related to peer learning programs Links to training materials, email listservs, training workshops, journals, organizations, and certification programs for the student paraprofessionals and the professional staff that lead them.
Change Model for PAL Facilitator Development Based on Dr. Astin's Model for college student development, this model identifies the many variables and experiences that impact peer facilitators as they lead their student study review groups.
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Group Podcast This is the website for the podcast hosted by David Arendale on college-level peer study groups. It features interviews with student leaders, campus peer program administrators, and the latest research in the field of peer assisted learning.
Link to Annotated Bibliography on Major Peer Learning Groups More than 1,400 articles, book chapters, and research studies related to the seven major peer learning programs. Subtopic bibliographies also provided to download. In addition, the Endnote database can be downloaded for personal use.
Link to Peer Learning Publications related to Providing Online This subject bibliography is focused on publications related to offering academic support online.
Arendale, D. R. (2005). Using Objective Criteria to Analyze Academic Interventions This article provides a series of criteria scales to evaluate the likelihood of success among potential programs and identify the resources needed by the institution to implement change successfully.
Arendale, D. R. (2005). Selecting Academic Intervention that Work This article presents a series of questions to ask when investigating academic interventions to potentially implement on campus.
Arendale, D. R. (2005). Directory of Academic Interventions and Learning Enrichment Activities A directory comparing different intervention and enrichment approaches and the resources needed to implement them.