Assigning students to teach younger students, rather than study themselves
An instructional method in which students provide instruction or support to another student or group of students. Many forms of peer tutoring exist such as class-wide peer tutoring and cross-age peer tutoring.
the pairing of two students for learning opportunities in a particular behavioral or academic area.
A program where students teach other students. When older children tutor younger children, it is usually referred to as cross-age tutoring. It can be an emotionally gratifying experience for gifted children to teach. However, parents should be on the lookout for signs that peer tutoring is being overdone. Peer tutoring should never be used as a substitute for teacher instruction.
peer support that is teacher directed; the student without disabilities is assigned to assist or teach the student with disabilities and he or she does not have a learner outcome of his or her own
One student helping another learn a new concept.
students teaching other students (V A)
Teaching technique where students teach each other.
Practice of one student being assigned to help another student with a particular subject or assignment. ( learn more)