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July 13, 2021
YTeach: A Peer Tutoring Platform to Try Out This Fall

What is YTeach? YTeach is the Uber of K-12 Peer Assisted Learning. Through our mobile app, students can schedule free lessons with their peers with the click of abutton. As a result, they can engage and foster relationships with their peer mentors in additionto developing a growth mindset for long-term learning. YTeach is also a […]

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May 20, 2020
YTeach: A Peer-to-Peer Tutoring App That Offers Schools Their Greatest Learning Resource

YTeach was created by a student who knew that just like him, students constantly had questions, and there likely was someone within his school who could help him understand how to find the answers. He understood that students seeking help often face not knowing who to ask or have trouble trying to find the time […]

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May 14, 2019
Peer Tutoring at Lewis & Clark

Peer Tutoring Program Inspiration Courtesy of Lewis & Clark High School LCHS is an urban school with the largest and most socioeconomically diverse student population in Spokane Public Schools. It is the oldest high school in the district with a building that dates back to 1902 renovated in 2002 registered on the National Register of […]

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October 27, 2016
Peer Tutoring at Arvada High School

Background The Peer Tutoring program at Arvada High School in Arvada, Colorado began just this 2016-2017 school year. The program was developed in order to target those students in our school who are failing one or more classes due to missing assignments. The majority of those whom we tutor are 9th graders because we can […]

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May 25, 2016
Coordinating Cross-Age Tutoring Between Two Schools: Q&A with Carrabec Peer Tutoring Program Facilitator

Carrabec High School and Carrabec Community School: The Need for a Cross-Age Peer Tutoring Program The schools being featured today are described by Solomon Heifets as rural schools, each with less than 200 students, located in North Anson, Maine, across the river from an old mill town. More than 70% of students qualify for free […]

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