Top marks to peer learning
KENSINGTON resident Anneliese Wilson is an outstanding student and an even better peer.
The Curtin University student is a member of the Functional Anatomy 100 UniPASS team that won a national peer learning award for most outstanding team.
The team was awarded the 2014 PASS award in recognition of Excellence and Contribution to Student Learning.
UniPASS is a voluntary academic assistance program open to all students in targeted units.
The program utilises peer- led group study to help students succeed in traditionally difficult subjects.
All students enrolled in a targeted unit are offered and encouraged to attend UniPASS.
The award acknowledges the hard work and high level of skill the team had put into peer education.
Ms Wilson started UniPASS support for FA100 in 2013 and fostered a collaborative team culture that consistently came up with engaging learning methods for FA100 UniPASS sessions.