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Presentation Proposal - NACADA Annual Conference
Presentation Info and Handouts
Conference Year: 2020
Session #: D091(LEC)
Title: Teaching Peer Mentors How to Create Their Own Educational Sessions
Lead Presenter: Amy Collins-Warfield
Date: On-Demand
Room: On Demand
Abstract: Peer mentors are often called upon to facilitate programming, workshops, or lessons. In many cases, peer mentors are given the outline and material to be presented. It can be more challenging for a peer mentor to independently develop a lesson plan. First Year Experience Peer Leaders at Ohio State University were asked to create and facilitate their own sessions for the first-year success series. These peer-led sessions had some of the best attendance and highest overall reviews, in part due to peer voice and relatable content. This presentation will explain how we trained Peer Leaders to create their own lesson plans using elements of backwards design. Successes and lessons learned will be shared, along with training materials.
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C541-H01.pptx --- Presentation C541-H02.pdf --- Handout C541-H03.pdf --- Handout
C541-H04.pdf --- Handout C541-H05.pdf --- Handout

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