Math Peer Tutoring for Students with Specific Learning Disabilities

The authors of this article define several formats of peer tutoring to support student learning in mathematics. Drawing from the literature base, the authors advocate for peer tutoring programs that provide directed repetition, regular review and functional practice to overlearn skills, operation, and concepts. They then identify specific steps to support implementation of peer tutoring in the classroom.
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