Teacher- versus peer-mediated instruction: an ecobehavioral analysis of achievement outcomes.

@article{Greenwood1984TeacherVP,
  title={Teacher- versus peer-mediated instruction: an ecobehavioral analysis of achievement outcomes.},
  author={Charles R. Greenwood and G Dinwiddie and Bryan Terry and L. G. Wade and Samantha Stanley and S Thibadeau and J C Delquadri},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1984},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={521-38}
}
In three experiments, we compared the effects of instructional arrangements that varied in: teacher versus peer mediators, methods used, levels of student academic responding generated, and content taught and tested. Instructional arrangements (i.e., tasks, structure, teacher position, teacher behavior) and students' levels of academic responding were… CONTINUE READING