Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Program
What is Peer Assisted Learning?
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) is a peer-facilitated learning enhancement model designed to impact the way students learn difficult content in a specific course. PAL is attached to course sections to provide students with a systematic and structured approach for processing the course material assigned by the instructor. During PAL sessions, students work together to gain a deeper understanding of the course content . The environment is informal and students are encouraged to discuss course content and share study strategies. Participation is voluntary.
PAL sessions will begin Tuesday, September 8th.
Accessing virtual PAL sessions:
1. Make sure you are logged into your SBU Zoom account using your SBU email address.
2. Click on the session link below listed in the PAL Leader's information section (the link can be accessed by clicking on the day/time of the session).
3. The PAL leader will let you into the session and provide instructions for signing into the session.