PASS at ITEE
The Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) program is an accredited academic assistance program designed to assist students with their understanding of the course content and performance in the course.
The PASS program is based on Supplemental Instruction (SI) developed at the University of Missouri in the United States and is used extensively in Universities across Australia.
- are facilitated by students who have excelled in particular courses
- assist with your understanding of course content and improve study habits
- gives students the chance to meet in a relaxed and informal environment to discuss concepts and develop academic skills for ongoing learning and success
- are absolutely FREE! - check the timetable and attend any session!
How is PASS Beneficial to students?
Research shows that attending PASS benefits students because:
- PASS is proactive and participatory.
- Improves grades by 12-15% for students who attend regularly (6-8 times a semester).
- PASS provides peer collaborative learning experiences
- PASS makes effective use of study time; one hour of PASS equates to approximately 3 to 4 hours of independent study.
- PASS provides an opportunity for students to develop relationships with fellow students.
Find out more
Please refer all questions to Zoe Zweck Accredited PASS Coordinator: email@example.com
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