Applications of Tutoring Systems in Specialized Subject Areas

@article{Heron2003ApplicationsOT,
  title={Applications of Tutoring Systems in Specialized Subject Areas},
  author={T. Heron and Richard G. Welsch and Y. Goddard},
  journal={Remedial and Special Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={24},
  pages={288 - 300}
}
Tutoring is an effective, quick, and easily implemented procedure to individualize instruction across dyads, small groups, or large groups. Most tutoring applications have occurred in school settings using classwide, cross-age, or one-to-one configurations, with traditional academic subjects (e.g., reading, math, spelling) serving as the targeted skills. Limited home-based applications have also been reported, with the focus remaining essentially within an academic context. This article reviews… Expand
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