Annotated Bibliography of Sources Related to Peer Teaching

  • Laurel Puchner
  • Published 2005

Abstract

This article is a report of a study that examined three cross-age peer-tutoring dyads in order to identify important factors in the tutor-tutee interaction that might explain previous research showing benefits of peer tutoring for tutors and tutees. The subject area was math with seventh grade tutors and third grade tutees. The study found that when there is successful interaction between tutors and tutees, achievement of both is enhanced through peer tutoring.

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@inproceedings{Puchner2005AnnotatedBO, title={Annotated Bibliography of Sources Related to Peer Teaching}, author={Laurel Puchner}, year={2005} }