Study: Peer tutoring helpful for students

07/9/2003 | Education Week

Students who participated in structured, supervised peer-tutoring programs experienced notable gains in learning, according to an analysis of more than 80 studies. Programs that gave students some degree of autonomy were most effective, the researchers said.

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