Peer tutoring is an educational intervention in which students tutor other students. An important finding from peer tutoring research is that tutors can learn by tutoring. This tutor learning effect applies across tutoring formats, student populations, and domains. Unfortunately, the average magnitude of these gains is underwhelming. This finding may arise because peer tutors do not often engage in knowledge-building activities as they teach (i.e. self-monitoring, integrating new and prior knowledge, and generating new ideas) which are associated with stronger tutor learning outcomes. Instead, peer tutors display a knowledge-telling bias by primarily summarizing the materials with little elaboration or self-monitoring.2.2 MATERIALS 2.2.1 Human eye and retina text The domain was the structure and function of the human eye and retina. ... Two labeled diagrams were provided: a cross-section diagram of the entire eyeball and an illustration of a magnifiedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Opportunities and Barriers for Tutor Learning: Knowledge-building, Metacognition, and Motivation|
|Author||:||Rod David Roscoe|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|