Happy New Year!
We’re kicking off 2017 by outlining some new resource listings you’ll find around the site.
In this course, students learn how to design and teach a lesson. The document contains a course timeline, evaluation forms and a lesson plan template for peer tutors.
This publication contains sample forms and printables for tutor recruitment, evaluation, training and peer tutoring program design for students with disabilities.
This fee-based resource contains a four-hour training curriculum, reproducible forms, activity card sets, presentation and PDF files, study skills brochure and a sample grant application.
This Teaching Channel video demonstrates a strategy to help students critique each other’s work.
A Teaching Channel video demonstration of how a math teacher conducts homework review using peer teaching.
An explanation of when and how to use the reciprocal learning strategy.
This resource explains three evidence-based practices for teaching mathematics: direct instruction, peer tutoring and cooperative learning.
A guide to providing academic enrichment in after-school programs.
A presentation of the most effective evidence-based instructional practices to inspire natural curiosity, creativity and autonomous lifelong learning in students.
Suggestions for increasing learning for all when students with high-incidence disabilities are included in the general education classroom.
This School Library Journal article highlights the aspects that are unique to peer tutoring programs in libraries, as well as the benefits of such programs.
Do you use peer tutoring methods in your classroom / school? You can contribute sample documents from your program by uploading them here.
Cheers and Happy Teaching!