Johnson, Brian. “High School Peer Tutoring: An In-Depth Look at What Constitutes an Ideal Peer Tutor and an Ideal Peer Tutoring Session.” 2014, Arizona State University.
” . . . A recent change in the traditional face of peer tutoring arrangements for U.S. schools has occurred due to more than 30 years of research at four major tutoring centers. Peer
tutoring has moved away from an informal and casual approach to a more formal and
robust method of teaching and learning. However, at the researcher’s high school, peer
tutoring was still very casual, informal, and practically non-existent. Consequently, the
researcher created a peer tutoring club, and developed, and implemented a peer tutoring
program. The researcher conducted a mixed-methods study with design-based research
(DBR) as the preferred research design in order to discover what constitutes an ideal peer
tutor and an ideal peer tutoring session . . .”
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