Increasing active student responding and improving academic performance through classwide peer tutoring

Arreaga-Mayer, Carmen
November 1998
Intervention in School & Clinic;Nov98, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p89
Academic Journal
Discusses Classwide Peer Tutoring as an effective instructional procedure. Involvement of the whole class using a game format; Training of the students by verbal and visual explanations; provision of a means for the individualization of content and integration in the general education classroom.


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