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Peer Tutoring Research (Part 2)


  • Did you find any aspects of the reports difficult to understand (e.g., multi-level modelling or effect sizes)?
  • How could you enhance your professional learning so that you can become a consumer of evidence based approaches?

Remember to share any thoughts on anything that you did not understand and on how you could enhance your professional learning in terms of being a consumer of research in the discussion area.

Also don’t forget, you can also comment on or ‘like’ other learners’ responses, or pin your favourites too.

If you have any questions please ask your mentors! Nina and Joanne are happy to talk about any of the statistical concepts that are mentioned in the papers.

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