Teacher Tools Related to ClassWide Peer Tutoring


  • Classwide Peer Tutoring: The "Standard" Program
    ClassWide Peer Tutoring is a comprehensive procedure that is based on reciprocal peer tutoring and group reinforcement to accelerate the process of learning and practicing basic academic skills.
  • Classwide Peer Tutoring: Learning Management System
    The ClassWide Peer Tutoring – Learning Management System combines the standard ClassWide Peer Tutoring Program with a computerized teacher support program that provides a formative evaluation system, a teacher mentor, and the capability for creating data and performance graphics.
  • Classwide Peer Tutoring: Beginning Reading
    The ClassWide Peer Tutoring: Beginning Reading program was developed from the standard program in order to provide the effectiveness of the peer tutoring experience to very young children as they acquire basic learning skills for becoming readers. 
  • Materials Needed To Implement The Classwide Peer Tutoring Beginning Reading Program
    Beginning Reading Program can be used with any primary level curriculum for teaching pre-reading skills in any given classroom. The teacher's manual provides a stand-alone set of implementation instructions for a number of beginning reading skills. There are also other resources available, including software.
  • Implementing The Classwide Peer Tutoring Beginning Reading Program
    The ClassWide Peer Tutoring Beginning Reading Program is taught and implemented in a series of steps resulting in the facilitating of students' achievement, acquisition, and mastery of the basic skills needed to learn to read. The program incorporates a stimulus-response, error correction, tutoring technique and game format that benefits both the tutor and the tutee.

Developed by: 
Barbara Terry, Ph.D.,
University of Kansas 

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