The videos on this channel provide a basic overview of the major peer learning programs. Some provide a brief description of each one. Others provide lessons learned from them. Look for other playlists for multi-video series that take a deeper look at these programs and the impact they have on the participants and also the leaders or facilitators of the groups.
This playlist features videos concerning Supplemental Instruction which is an international peer learning program developed at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. SI has been used in more than 3,500 institutions in 35 countries. These videos include those promoting the program to other students at an institution, training for student peer leaders, and demonostrations of SI study review sessions.
Peer-led Team Learning (PLTL) was developed at the City University of New York in the 1980s. Since then, it has spread to hundreds of institutions around the globe. An annual international conference is held to share the latest research studies adn practical activities for PLTL sessions. This playlist includes mock PLTL sessions, interviews with sponsoring faculty members and PLTL student leaders, and more.