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Peer and cross-age tutoring in the schools

Sophie Bloom

Peer and cross-age tutoring in the schools

an individualized supplement to group instruction

by Sophie Bloom

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Published by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Education Division, National Institute of Education in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tutors and tutoring,
  • Peer-group tutoring of students

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSophie Bloom
    ContributionsNational Institute of Education (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 62 p. ;
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17970871M

    multigrade teachers. Book 7 discusses peer and cross-age tutoring and ways to develop a student tutoring program in the multigrade elementary classroom. In traditional single-grade classrooms, peer tutoring may occur on an incidental basis when one student seeks help . Cross age peer tutoring is one way that teachers can help students with their needs by involving older students in the learning process. Research has shown that cross age tutoring can be effective programs with various beneficial results such as academic gains.

    Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring in Math:Outcomes and Their Design Implications Article (PDF Available) in Educational Psychology Review 17(4) December with 1, Reads. Schools & Teaching Effective Peer Learning 1st Edition by Subsequently three successive chapters consider how to structure peer interactions in cooperative learning, same-age peer tutoring and cross-age peer tutoring. Finally, the advantages and problems, and the potential and challenges, of peer learning are examined. Format: Paperback.

    Peer tutoring includes a range of approaches in which learners work in pairs or small groups to provide each other with explicit teaching support, such as: Cross-age tutoring, in which an older learner takes the tutoring role and is paired with a younger tutee or tutees Peer assisted learning, which is a structured approach for mathematics. 1. Introduction. Individualized tutoring is considered to be one of the most effective ways to promote improved educational outcomes (Bloom, , Elbaum et al., ).Non-professional peer tutors can deliver tutoring programmes at schools with reduced costs compared to professional teachers or tutors (Goodlad and Hirst, , Leung et al., ).Our review considers tutoring schemes, in which Cited by: 6.


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Peer and cross-age tutoring in the schools by Sophie Bloom Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cross-age and peer tutoring are methods of instruction in which learners help each other and in turn learn by teaching. *PEER TEACHING OR TUTORING is the process by which a competent pupil, with minimal training and with a teacher's guidance, helps one or more.

Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring. ERIC Digest, Number One-to-one tutoring has long been recognized as superior to group instruction, especially for students with special needs.

Tutoring can adapt instruction to the learner's pace, learning style, and level of understanding. Feedback and correction are immediate. peer tutoring is often called "cross-age" tutoring, because the tutor is usually two or more years older than the tutee. In a strict sense, the phrase "peer tutoring" is something of an oxymoron.

(b, p. )* As if the overlap between peer and cross-age tutoring was not confusing enough, peer andFile Size: KB. Peer Tutoring offers a wide variety of success stories drawn from published research that describes how ordinary teachers have successfully used peer and cross-age tutoring in a wide variety of elementary, high school, and college applications.

Sample forms are also included that teachers can adapt for 5/5(1). This study explored the effect of cross-age peer tutoring on attainment in biology within a mixed comprehensive school.

The work involved in this study is highly significant as evidence for the effectiveness of peer-tutoring as a strategy to close any attainment gaps which may be identified. Get this from a library. Peer and cross-age tutoring in the schools: an individualized supplement to group instruction.

[Sophie Bloom; Australian Council for Educational Research.]. We have researched the impact of cross-age peer tutoring and same-age peer tutoring in primary schools on a large scale across a whole district. Taking our results and the findings of other studies, we have reached the conclusion that cross-age peer tutoring is an effective method to use to improve children’s learning, although it requires.

Get this from a library. Peer and cross-age tutoring in the schools: an individualized supplement to group instruction. [Sophie Bloom]. A Rough Guide to Reading Partners A cross-age, peer-tutoring approach This NEPS Good Practice Guide was developed by educational psychologists.

It is based on current knowledge in this area. It is intended as a guide only. Not all the suggestions here will apply to any one student or Size: KB. hence cross-age tutoring becomes peer tutoring, and many tutors are simply randomly assigned.

Kalkowski () traces peer tutoring back to Greece in the first century A.D., through Rome and Germany and finally to America.

Among the features of tutoring programs associated with File Size: KB. Group classes with children per teacher favor the children who catch on fast. These children participate more in class and give more feedback to the teacher, so the teacher gears instruction to them and goes too fast for students who are having difficulty.

Peer and cross-age tutoring, can supplement class learning and help the below-average student catch by: 9. Kalkowski, Page, “Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring,” School Improvement Research Series, Close-Up #18, Office of Education Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S.

Department of Education, March A close-up on peer and cross-age tutoring, including definitions, why use, challenges, research finding and implementation strategies. An examination of peer and cross-age tutoring in a multi-grade classroom.

This document provides guidelines for building peer tutoring skills and routines among students of differing grade levels. Promising Practices and Methodologies for Peer Tutoring Cross-age tutoring strategies in a kindergarten class at Lighthouse Community Charter School.

Cross-Age Peer Mentoring In a cross-age peer mentoring program, older youth mentor younger students. It is recommended that the mentor be at least two years older than the mentee. Mentors and mentees are peers within the same school community or are in schools that have a cross-age connection (ie.

feeder school). Cross-age peer mentoring. PEER TUTORING occurs when tutor and tutee are the same age. In CROSS AGE tutoring, the tutor is older than the tutee. However, sometimes the term peer tutoring is used to include both types.

Successful programs take many forms. Three programs serve to illustrate the wide range of configurations possible. Cross-Age Tutoring: A Helping Hand Across the Grades Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring Learn more about the types of student-to-student tutoring and why it works in this ERIC Digest and a pull-out guide to finding a tutor.

Schools can obtain copies of the guide to distribute to parents by visiting the Web site or calling   Peer tutoring ignites a passion for learning in the classroom. Advantages of peer teaching include academic achievement, personal growth and increased self. One-to-one tutoring programs, such as peer and cross-age tutoring, can result in emotional and learning benefits for the tutor and the tutee.

Peer tutoring involves two students of the same age. In cross-age tutoring, the tutor is older than the tutee. The Willamette High School Peer Tutoring Program in Eugene, Oregon; the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program in San Antonio, Texas; and the Companion Cited by: 3.

What Are Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring. Peer tutoring occurs when tutor and tutee are the same age. In cross-age tutoring, the tutor is older than the tutee.

However, sometimes the term peer tutoring is used to include both types. Successful programs take many forms. Three programs serve to illustrate the wide range of configurations possible. Therefore, while peer connotes “of same age,” the term cross-age is a necessary quali- fier used here to mean two or more grades or years of age separating the mentor and : Michael Karcher.

What the benefits of peer tutoring include. Inside this issue: About paired reading and the buddy programs for peer tutoring in reading comprehension. About class wide and school wide programs for peer tutoring.

How you can get started with peer tutoring in your school. 4/9/ Peer Tutoring in .TY - BOOK. T1 - Peer tutoring: Cross-age Paired Reading. AU - Thurston, Allen. AU - Cockerill, Maria.

PY - /9/1. Y1 - /9/1. N2 - This is a practical manual for teachers on how to organise peer tutoring in readingAuthor: Allen Thurston, Maria Cockerill.Peer tutoring has an advantage over cross-age or adult tutoring in that it does not require interclassroom. cooperation.

(A discussion of how to decide if tutoring is warranted. in a classroom and how to organize and supervise a tutoring program is included in this book. An annotated bibliography provides reports. of effects of tutoring on.