Bachelor of Arts
James M. Lang
Peer-group tutoring of students, Higher education, Secondary education, College students, High school students, Peer tutors
Colleges across the United States have peer tutoring centers designed to support diverse student bodies in their efforts to learn. At the surface level, peer tutoring provides tailored one-on-one instruction that meets the varied learning needs of a large learning community. In addition, peer tutoring has been shown to benefit not only the tutees coming to the center for assistance, but also increase the performance of tutors and change the learning culture of the rest of the learning community. As a powerful resource, the collegiate peer tutoring center model would greatly benefit high schools across the United States, who also must meet the diverse learning needs of their populations.
Beaupre, Veronica A., "A Case for Collaboration: A Manual for Bringing the Collegiate Tutoring Model to the High School Level" (2017). Honors Theses. 11.