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Peer Education Workshop Series Workshop 1: Unpacking the Benefits and Logistics of Implementing Peer Education in Your Academic Program is a Course

Peer Education Workshop Series Workshop 1: Unpacking the Benefits and Logistics of Implementing Peer Education in Your Academic Program

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Term: Fall 2021

Date: October 21st, 2021

Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Location: Online Only

Instructor: Tiffany Shoop

Presented By: Center for Excellance in Teaching & Learning (CETL)

 

Description:

Including undergraduate peer educators (i.e., teaching assistants, learning assistants, peer mentors) in your academic program or course can be an effective way to enhance learning and engagement as well as to build support and community for your students. This three-part workshop series will take an in-depth look at peer education as an effective teaching strategy. 

Workshop 1: Unpacking the Benefits and Logistics of Implementing Peer Education in Your Academic Program is intended for an audience of deans, department heads, and other academic unit leaders to explore the benefits and logistics of implementing peer education initiatives at the program level. During this session, participants will gain an understanding of the implementation process for such programs and hear from other academic unit leaders who have created and sustained program-wide peer education initiatives