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Peer Tutoring Resources - Chapter Summary
Our chapter offers peer tutoring resources that assist you in utilizing this form of tutoring with your students. These lessons cover how to teach peer tutoring, as well as how to use it in reading and the effects of reciprocal peer tutoring. You can utilize as few or as many of the lessons in this chapter to create a completely customized program that meets your needs.
How It Helps
- Offers specifics: With lessons tailored to using peer tutoring in math and reading, you'll see how to utilize this tutoring method specifically for the subjects you need.
- Provides multiple uses: Our lessons can be used to learn more about teaching, structuring tutoring or strategies to get the most out of peer tutoring in your class.
- Gives you flexibility: Because this chapter is mobile friendly and accessible 24 hours a day, you can work on your curriculum any time using your tablet, computer or even your smartphone.
When you work through this chapter, you'll be able to:
- Detail the pros and cons of peer tutoring
- Utilize strategies and techniques to effectively teach peer tutoring
- Understand examples of classwide peer tutoring
- Use peer tutoring in reading
- Outline the effects of reciprocal peer tutoring
- Successfully use reciprocal peer tutoring in math
1. Peer Tutoring: Definition, Pros & Cons
Are you considering using peer tutors in your classroom? This lesson will help you understand what peer tutoring is. We will also discuss the different models of peer tutoring, as well as the possible implications, both good and bad.
2. Teaching Peer Tutoring: Strategies & Techniques
Teachers need to find new ways to engage their students in the learning process, while helping them strengthen their academic skills. Peer tutoring is a technique proven to work well with a variety of learners in different classrooms.
3. Classwide Peer Tutoring: Definition & Examples
Are you considering using Classwide Peer Tutoring (CWPT) in your classroom? This lesson will explain exactly what CWPT is, as well as examples of how to implement it in the classroom.
4. Peer Tutoring in Reading
In this lesson, we will look at peer tutoring in reading, including some of the benefits and some basic strategies for implementing a peer tutoring program in a reading class.
5. Reciprocal Peer Tutoring: Definition & Effects
Are you considering using Reciprocal Peer Tutoring (RPT) in your classroom? This lesson will discuss what Reciprocal Peer Tutoring is, as well as the classroom effects and how to implement it.
6. Reciprocal Peer Tutoring in Math
Reciprocal peer tutoring (RPT) is a collaborative learning environment where students tutor or teach their fellow students. In this lesson, you'll learn about RPT as it applies to math instruction.
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