Mentoring and Tutoring by Students

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Education - 312 pages
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Schemes involving students as tutors are in place in many countries. This work aims to stimulate and encourage the use of an educational technique through which teachers in tertiary and secondary education can amplify and extend their influence - through the deployment of students as tutors.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE BENEFITS OF TUTORING WHAT
19
Helping high school pupils in the PERACH
33
The effectiveness of peer tutoring in further
49
EMBEDDING TUTORING IN THE SYSTEM
71
Establishing student tutoring within a higher
89
HELP FOR TRANSITIONAL STUDENTS
107
MEETING NATIONAL NEEDS
119
Student tutoring at the University of
165
NEW DIRECTIONS
191
peer assisted learning on
206
Mentoring gifted pupils
217
MAKING IT HAPPEN PRACTICAL GUIDES TO ACTION
231
Making a student tutoring scheme work
244
Brief reports on a selection of mentoring
250
References
281

The psychology tutorial programme at Wits
135
A studentstudent mentoring scheme
151

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About the author (1998)

Sinclair Goodlad is Director of Humanities Programme and Senior Lecturer in Presentation of Technical information at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London.

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