Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL), which initially began as an effort to improve undergraduate chemistry education, has shown the potential to improve learning among college students in all disciplines. The model applies the desired qualities of teamwork to learning. This project is aimed at designing and setting up a PLTL Workshop at Southern Adventist University (SAU). Nine students currently taking organic chemistry at SAU volunteered to participate in the project. In order to determine the effectiveness of the project, test scores were collected and analyzed for any apparent trends, and an end-of-semester survey was conducted. The results indicate that the program was a success.
Manu, Stephen K., "Design and Implementation Strategies for Peer-Led Team Learning in Organic Chemistry" (2006). Senior Research Projects. 28.