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Implementing peer learning across organisations: the development of a model

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>1/12/2002
<mark>Journal</mark>Mentoring and Tutoring
Number of pages11
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Peer learning can be implemented by individual teachers within an organisation or can be implemented across an organisation by a central implementer. In this article, it is argued that the types of approach required in these two forms of implementation are very different and whilst the former is dealt with in the literature on peer learning, the latter has been largely unconsidered. The article reports how a review of the literature on organisational change was used to develop a model of how to implement peer learning across organisations. It describes how this model was used to guide the implementation of peer learning across a UK further education college. The results of a pilot study into the model's effectiveness in this context are reported. These results suggest that the model appeared to be a useful guide to the implementation of peer learning across an organisation and, as such, is worthy of further investigation in other contexts

Bibliographic note

The final, definitive version of this article has been published in the Journal, Mentoring and Tutoring, 10 (3), 2002, © Informa Plc