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ERIC Number: EJ264937
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1982-May
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An Investigation of the Cross-Age Peer Tutoring Process: Some Implications for Instructional Design and Motivation.
Fogarty, Joan L.; Wang, Margaret C.
Elementary School Journal, v82 n5 p451-69 May 1982
Examines the cross-age peer tutoring process from two perspectives--descriptive analysis of verbal interactions, and documentation of academic and attitudinal progress. Particular attention is given to how the peer tutoring process (a) affects friendship and a give-and-take attitude between the tutor and the tutee and (b) serves as a motivating force which yields positive academic and attitudinal progress in students. (MP)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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