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Peer Supported Learning Member - Peer Supported Learning

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Description

Peer Supported Learning (PSL) Members are students who:

  • Demonstrate a self-regulated and active approach to learning.
  • Voluntarily attend at least ten (10) Peer Supported Learning sessions per semester, per university course.
  • Collaborate with peers outside of regularly scheduled classes to foster a deeper understanding of challenging academic concepts.
  • Contribute to the development of a community of learners within their discipline.

Position Requirements

Peer Supported Learning (PSL) Members are students who:

  • Take control of their learning
  • Dedicate time to attend at least ten (10) PSL sessions per semester
  • Take an active role in their own learning and the learning of others
  • Work with other PSL attendees
  • Engage in all session activities

Sign Up Directions

To learn more of the benefits of Peer Supported Learning, visit the FAQ for Student webpage.

PSL Members attend at least ten (10) PSL sessions per semester for a dedicated course.  Students must sign-in for all PSL sessions.

PSL Learning courses are 1st or 2nd year courses in the following subject areas:

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physical Education
  • Psychology

To view Fall 2020 courses with Peer Supported Learning sessions please visit the Peer Supported Learning website.