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Connecting Transitions and Independent Learning: the impact on mentors

by Head of Enhancing Learning through Technology/Professor of Education and Technology at De Montfort University on Apr 28, 2009

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There is growing interest in student peer-mentoring as a way to enable new students to tackle the perceived cultural, academic and social boundaries associated with the first-year of study in higher ...

There is growing interest in student peer-mentoring as a way to enable new students to tackle the perceived cultural, academic and social boundaries associated with the first-year of study in higher education. This presentation explores the experiences of a group of level 2 student mentors, focusing on their communication with level 1 mentees using negotiated technologies.

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