A multi-institutional trial of a peer assisted teaching scheme: positive changes in course evaluation scores

Angela Carbone, Bella Ross, Katherine Lindsay, Steve Drew, Sue Stoney, Caroline Cottman, Liam Phelan

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Abstract

The Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS) provides a structured yet flexible approach to reinvigorating teaching practice in a supportive and collegial environment. This paper reports on the experiences of the multi-institutional trial of PATS conducted in five Australian universities and provides valuable information to academics and academic developers considering such a scheme.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICED 2014 Educational Development in a Changing World
EditorsKlara Bolander Laksov
Place of PublicationStockholm Sweden
PublisherInternational Consortium for Educational Development
Pages1 - 5
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventInternational Consortium for Educational Development (ICED 2014): Educational Development in a Changing World - Karolinska Institutet, Aula Medica and Widerströmska huset, Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 16 Jun 201418 Jun 2014
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Conference

ConferenceInternational Consortium for Educational Development (ICED 2014)
Abbreviated titleICED 2014
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period16/06/1418/06/14
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Carbone, A., Ross, B., Lindsay, K., Drew, S., Stoney, S., Cottman, C., & Phelan, L. (2014). A multi-institutional trial of a peer assisted teaching scheme: positive changes in course evaluation scores. In K. B. Laksov (Ed.), ICED 2014 Educational Development in a Changing World (pp. 1 - 5). Stockholm Sweden: International Consortium for Educational Development.
Carbone, Angela ; Ross, Bella ; Lindsay, Katherine ; Drew, Steve ; Stoney, Sue ; Cottman, Caroline ; Phelan, Liam. / A multi-institutional trial of a peer assisted teaching scheme: positive changes in course evaluation scores. ICED 2014 Educational Development in a Changing World. editor / Klara Bolander Laksov. Stockholm Sweden : International Consortium for Educational Development, 2014. pp. 1 - 5
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A multi-institutional trial of a peer assisted teaching scheme: positive changes in course evaluation scores. / Carbone, Angela; Ross, Bella; Lindsay, Katherine; Drew, Steve; Stoney, Sue; Cottman, Caroline; Phelan, Liam.

ICED 2014 Educational Development in a Changing World. ed. / Klara Bolander Laksov. Stockholm Sweden : International Consortium for Educational Development, 2014. p. 1 - 5.

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Carbone A, Ross B, Lindsay K, Drew S, Stoney S, Cottman C et al. A multi-institutional trial of a peer assisted teaching scheme: positive changes in course evaluation scores. In Laksov KB, editor, ICED 2014 Educational Development in a Changing World. Stockholm Sweden: International Consortium for Educational Development. 2014. p. 1 - 5