Peer teaching: to teach is to learn twice
Association for the Study of Higher Education, May 14, 1988 - Education - 88 pages
Describes the practice and benefits of using students as teachers. Explores different types of peer teaching, strategies for academic planning, specific peer groups, evaluation studies, and the psychological merits of peer teaching.
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Types of Peer Teaching Used in Higher Education
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