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(p. 48) Peer Tutoring 

(p. 48) Peer Tutoring
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(p. 48) Peer Tutoring
Author(s):

David A. Klingbeil

, Stacy-Ann A. January

, and Lanae R. Drachslin

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190068714.003.0005
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date: 25 February 2021

Peer tutoring is a popular intervention in which students are trained to work together to improve their academic skills. This chapter focuses on two types of peer tutoring strategies: classwide peer tutoring and individual peer tutoring. These strategies share common characteristics, but differ in their scope and goals. Practical recommendations for implementing both types of peer tutoring strategies are included, as are considerations of diversity and equity in implementing peer tutoring in schools. A sample protocol for peer tutoring is also included.

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