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The current study examines the potential of employing recent graduates to facilitate the learning of current students in a BEd program. The study included 46 participants. The authors argue that the use of recent graduates is a form of intergenerational learning that is characterised by knowledge-based, as opposed to age-based, generations. The authors refer to the Jared Phenomenon as a special instance of intergenerational learning. The authors define this phenomenon, describe the contexts which it is applicable and identify three dilemmas associated with the application of this phenomenon.
Updated: Nov. 27, 2012