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Penn State News, January 31, 2017
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Three articles in the February issue of the Teaching Professor newsletter deal with peer learning—a large category that includes activities through which students learn from and with each other.
Using authentic research experiences for her introductory biology laboratory students, achieved positive results for improving college students’ perceptions of their laboratory skills and knowledge, and promoted their interest in doing further research in the laboratory.
Article includes a screenshot of what students see when entering the SRTE site.
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