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Peer-Led Team Learning - PLTL is a model of collaborative learning which involves students working in small groups led by trained peer leaders.
- Students actively work together in groups to learn subject-specific content and solve complex problems
- Peer leader fasciculation of small-group learning
- Faculty assumes the role of session overseer and peer leader mentor
STEM Disciplines and Beyond! Building a New Campus Program at Miami Dade College
Phillips, K. (2012). STEM disciplines and beyond! Building a new campus program at Miami Dade College. Peer-Led Team Learning: Implementation. Online at https://www.pltlis.org.
Originally published in Progressions: The Peer-Led Team Learning Project Newsletter, Volume 10, Number 4, Summer 2009.
Well, It Works for Us: Recruitment and Selection of LEaders at the University of West Georgia
Garmon, L., Otwell, D., Sutton, K., Baratz, T., Priest, A. (2012). Well, it works for us: Recruitment and selection of leaders at the University of West Georgia. Peer-Led Team Learning: Leader Training. Online at https://www.pltlis.org.
Originally published in Progressions: The Peer-Led Team Learning Project Newsletter, Volume 10, Number 4, Sum-mer 2009.