Ghazali, R., & Ali, M. C. (2015). Peer-assisted learning program: A creative and effective learning approach at higher education. Journal of Applied Environmental Biological Science, 4(10), 39-44. Retrieved from http://textroad.com/Old%20Version/pdf/JAEBS/J.%20Appl.%20Environ.%20Biol.%20Sci.,%204%2810S%2939-44,%202015.pdf
The primary purpose of this article is to review the effect of Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) program on higher education. Thus, this paper tries to explain the educational theories and concepts which support the effectiveness of the program. It also to identify the benefits and shortcomings of the program to the students who participated in the program based on the existing researches and experiences of some universities which had undertaken the schemes. The review is expected to highlight the best practices of PAL program adopted by universities. Lastly, recommendations from previous researches for a successful implementation of PAL were taken that to be used in the implementation of the program in the university, particularly for the accounting faculty.
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