The Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) timetable for second semester has now been released coinciding with the launch of the new PASS website.
The new website features videos about PASS and provides information about the program and how to become involved. It also gives an insight into the underpinning theories, the results of studies into PASS and highlights the benefits of attending PASS for all students. The website also includes the new PASS timetable and the opportunity to see who the PASS leaders are for each unit.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions are free, voluntary and facilitated by a PASS leader who has previously and successfully completed the unit. PASS is shown to benefit all students who attend regardless of academic ability. Peer Assisted Study Sessions provide an interactive learning environment focusing on subject specific activities designed to assist student with combining ‘what to learn’ with ‘how to learn’
In second semester, PASS is offering approximately 86 sessions per week across all Tasmanian campuses including the Cradle Coast and Inveresk campuses as well as the School of Medicine and Art School.
To learn about how you can become involved with the PASS program, please visit the PASS website
Published on: 18 Jul 2011 2:49pm