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Thursday, November 1 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Students Teaching Students: The Peer-to-Peer Tutoring Approach

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Peer tutoring is an effective educational strategy for classrooms of diverse learners because it promotes academic gains as well as social enhancement. Programs can be successfully implemented at the classroom level or on a wider scale at the school or college level. With administrative support and professional development, peer tutoring can help instructors cope with challenges such as limited instructional time and multiple curricular requirements. Students engage in active learning while staying abreast of the progress they are making. Peer tutoring is particularly advantageous in inclusive classrooms because it allows instructors to address a wide range of learning needs and engages all students simultaneously. Tutors become models of appropriate behavior, organizing work, asking questions, demonstrating self-management, encouraging social interaction, and facilitating better study habits.

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Ehtesham Ahmed Shariff, MBBS, MD, MBA

EMS Program Director, Prince Sultan College for EMS, King Saud University
Ehtesham Ahmed Shariff, MBBS, MD, MBA, is EMS Program Director, at Prince Sultan College for EMS, King Saud University in Riyadh past 7 years at the capacity of EMS Program Director and taught many students - Medical Emergencies, Trauma Emergencies, Special Consideration, Clinical... Read More →
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Ahmed Azharuddin, MD

Faculty and Head, Quality and Accreditation Development Unit, Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz College for Emergency Medical Services, King Saud University
Dr. Ahmed Azharuddin is a Doctor by profession, post graduate in Emergency Medical Services & inClinical Research, having 10 years of teaching experience in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)Programs. Presently he serves as a Faculty of Emergency Medical Services & Head of the Quality... Read More →

Thursday November 1, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Room 104E