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Fall 2021


Three Peer Leaders present their final projects, one in Mathematics and two in Statics (Civil Engineering), for a one-credit course in Peer Leader Facilitation at New York City College of Technology, City University of New York, at the Honors and Emerging Scholars Poster Presentation in December 2015. The impetus for videotaping their presentations was the commemoration of a process which could be termed “How to Make a Poster.” The abbreviated directions are provided here. To aid the viewer of the videos, editing provides the static text of the poster section as the Peer Leader discusses that section. Introducing videos as exemplary practice advances the presentation of research in Peer Leader facilitation and theory.


Jalloh, A., Grillasca, J., Abrew, A.H., Najera, J.T., & Dreyfuss, A.E. (2021). Practice Based in Learning Theory: Peer Leaders Explain their Poster Projects. Advances in Peer-Led Learning, 1, 92-98. Online at This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License



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