Peer Tutoring Systems: Applications in Classroom and Specialized Environments

@article{Heron2006PeerTS,
  title={Peer Tutoring Systems: Applications in Classroom and Specialized Environments},
  author={T. Heron and Donna M. Villareal and Ma Yao and R. Christianson and Kathleen M. Heron},
  journal={Reading & Writing Quarterly},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={27 - 45}
}
  • T. Heron, Donna M. Villareal, +2 authors Kathleen M. Heron
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Reading & Writing Quarterly
  • ABSTRACT Peer-mediated approaches have been used for years to improve the academic behaviors of students, especially those with disabilities. The most systematized and well researched of the peer-mediated approaches relates to peer tutoring systems, which include specific elements of training, implementation, and evaluation. The purpose of this article is to distinguish peer tutoring systems from incidental tutoring approaches, document the application of peer tutoring within academic and… CONTINUE READING
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