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Peer tutoring effects on the music performance of tutors and tutees in beginning band classes
|Statement||by Lucille Dillinger Alexander.|
|LC Classifications||MT810 .A43 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 98 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||98|
THE COLLEGE TUTORING EXPERIENCE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY By Johanna Dvorak, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Abstract This is an interpretative case study of a tutoring center at a large urban university to determine the worth ofa college tutoring experience, particularly . Some established positive outcomes of peer tutoring in reading classes include improvements in key reading skills as well as gains in self-concept and competency in reading . Results from a study of peer tutoring reading programs in middle schools indicated that students’ oral reading rate increased following peer tutoring Size: KB.
Keith Topping, perhaps the most well-known exponent of Peer Tutoring in the UK (or, as he prefers, Peer Assisted Learning or PAL), actually traces the roots of Peer Tutoring back to Andrew Bell in the late 18th century where Bell’s innovative approach was to pair-up tutors and tutees in his classes, with the happy result that the motivation. The 65 studies described effects of tutoring programs on both tutors and tutees. These effects were in three major areas: student achievement as measured on examinations, favorability of student attitudes toward the subject matter, and favorability of student self-concept. To quantify the effects of tutoring programs in each of these areas, we.
Effects of Peer Tutoring Instructional Method on the academic achievement in Biology among secondary school students in Zaria Metropolis, Nigeria. The design for the study was pretest and posttest experimental academic gains for both tutors and tutees (Ayuba, ).File Size: 16KB. High School Peer Tutoring: An In-Depth Look at What Constitutes an Ideal Peer Tutor and an Ideal Peer Tutoring Session “Bio Buddies:” Peer Tutoring as an Instructional Strategy The Effects of Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies and Curriculum-Based Measurement on the Mathematics Performance of Secondary Students with Disabilities.
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Peer Tutoring Effects on the Music Performance of Tutors and Tutees in Beginning Band Classes Lucille Alexander and Laura G. Dorow Journal of Cited by: Peer Tutoring Effects on the Music Performance of Tutors and Tutees in Beginning Band Classes. Alexander, Lucille; Dorow, Laura G.
Journal of Research in Music Education, v31 n1 p Spr Cited by: Peer Tutoring Effects on the Music Performance of Tutors and Tutees in Beginning Band Classes Instrumental music teachers frequently are concerned with using instructional time more effectively.
Individualized instruction may help to accomplish this goal (Robin, ). Beginning classes acutely need.
The study attempts to investigate the concept of peer tutoring and its impact on learning. Peer tutoring can be applied among the students of the same age group or students from different age groups. Peer tutoring is a flexible, peer-mediated strategy that involves students serving as academic tutors and tutees.
Typically, a higher performing student is paired with a lower performing student to review critical academic or behavioral concepts. Peer tutoring effects on the music performance of tutors and tutees in beginning band classes: Journal of Research in Music Education Vol 31(1) SprAlexander, L.
Peer tutoring effects on the music performance of tutors and tutees in beginning band. The Effects of the Peer Tutoring Program peer tutors than adults. Th erefore, tutees felt less vulnera-ble when questioning and exploring, which allowed more complex higher-order thinking.
Obiakor, as cited in Roswal & Mims () report-ed students often fail and drop out because of low self-esteem. Th erefore, improving self-esteem could decrease. Peer tutoring is a teaching strategy that uses students as tutors. The student pairs might work on academic, social, behavioral, functional, or even social skills.
The effect of peer tutoring on academic achievement. study to determine the effects of peer tutoring on both the tutors and tutees, in a Sports Science setting. music classes, students can. This peer tutor workshop guide will help you conduct an introductory training session for peer tutors. This guide is designed for students and educators organizing a peer tutoring program for middle and high school students (although, this guide can also be useful at the collegiate level).File Size: KB.
The Impact of Expert Tutoring on Academic Achievement 5 This would suggest that tutors whose knowledge of the subject may be merely marginal over that of the student’s (such as a peer with a higher grade drawn from the same class, or a.
And for high achievers, tutoring has proven to improve scores across all grade levels. 1 Lee, J.Y. "Private tutoring and its impact on students’ academic achievement, formal schooling, and educational inequality in Korea.".
Peer tutoring ignites a passion for learning in the classroom. Advantages of peer teaching include academic achievement, personal growth and increased self.
This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of training tutors in content knowledge of a particular domain versus training them in tutoring skills of pedagogical knowledge when tutoring on a complex tutee task.
Forty-seven tutor--tutee pairs of fourth-year secondary school students were created and assigned to one of the two by: 2.
Classes were selected from Chapter 1 and non-Chapter 1 schools in Kansas City, Kansas. Each year, as the students in the study moved up another grade, project consultants trained teachers in the Classwide Peer Tutoring sytem.
Implementation of the tutoring called for beginning with one minute spelling lesson. MATCH TUTORS: THE RESEARCH BASIS FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TUTORING IN PUBLIC EDUCATION By Antonio J. Gutierrez, Jr. September 1, Abstract This summary highlights the considerable research done on effective tutoring programs and practices.
Most studies have found that tutoring has had a major impact on the academic achievement of Size: KB. Introduction This paper reports on data from the effects of implementing a peer tutoring programme for improving reading comprehension skills.
The Llegim en Parella programme (Duran et al., ) is based on peer tutoring, both at school between pairs of pupils and at home, with a family member (mother, father, more expert siblings, etc.).Cited by: 4.
Okilwa () have examined the effects of peer tutoring on academic performance of students with disabilities in grades six through peer tutoring was reported as effective for special education students in both general education and special education settings.
Peer tutoring implemented across subject areas also showed positive academic effectsFile Size: KB. Peer Tutoring Programs The magnitude of tutoring effects can vary considerably depending on such factors as the degree of program struc-ture, cognitive level of the lessons, training of the tutors, and level of monitoring and supervision by teach-ers (Cohen et al.
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine the effects of peer tutoring on the academic achievement, during practical assessments, of the tutors and tutees. Design/methodology/approach – Final year students on an undergraduate Sports Science degree programme provided optional peer tutored practical sessions, once per week (two hours per session) for 12 weeks, for second year.
pace of learning were observed for both tutors and tutees. “[Peer tutoring] encourages tutors to stay on task, articulate the problem, and lead the tutee to the correct response” (Darrow et al.,p. 19). Studies that are specialized in the arts have shown that the benefits for tutors and tutees can reach across aca-demic boundaries.Peer tutoring is also important for the tutor; that is, learning is encouraged through teaching.
Hartman () conducted an evaluation study and reported that peer tutoring increased students’ motivation to learn. This result is supported by Whitman () and Annis () who argue that peerAuthor: Yusuf AbdulRaheem, Hamdallat T.
Yusuf, Adesegun O. Odutayo.Peer Tutoring Introduction. Peer tutoring is the process between two or more students in a group where one of the students acts as a tutor for the other group-mate(s).
Peer tutoring can be applied among students of the same age or students belonging to different age groups.