Tutoring for Children with Special Needs Research Paper by writingsensation

Tutoring for Children with Special Needs
Explores information on the effects of peer tutoring on children with special needs.
# 68732 | 2,304 words | 10 sources | APA | 2006 | US
Published on Sep 06, 2006 in Education (Special) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)

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This paper presents an overview of a teaching and learning strategy used in the classroom for children with special needs, known as peer tutoring. In relation to this teaching strategy, the paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of peer tutoring as well as the importance and effects of peer tutoring on the learning process of children with special needs.

Table of Contents
Peer Tutoring: An Overview
Effects of Peer Tutoring to the Learning Outcomes of Children with Special Needs
Advantages and Disadvantages of Peer Tutoring
Significance of this Research

From the Paper:

"Peer tutoring is a process of learning in which peers of children with special needs participate in the teaching process. That is, teaching instructions that were selected by teachers are implemented and taught by non-disabled peers. The objective of peer-tutoring is to facilitate the learning process of students with disabilities. One simple theory is that the disabled learners who find good relationship with their peer-tutors can easily communicate with them, and therefore can create the possibility of learning more quickly than when under a teacher-led learning environment."

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