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Published on Feb 11, 2011
Peer Tutoring started among LSM pupils in West View Primary in 2007. Peer is worth strong consideration as a mechanism for improving mathematics achievement among pupils as well as for potentially improving attitudinal and socio-emotional outcomes. Other School-Related Outcomes for Tutees and Tutors: In addition to increasing academic achievement for both tutees and tutors, peer and cross-age tutoring in math also improves other school related outcomes. These outcomes include increased time-on-task and improved classroom behaviour. In addition, students involved in tutoring as both tutees and tutors, sometimes demonstrate increased attendance or retention rates and more positive attitudes about school. (Bar-Eli and Raviv, 1982; Fantuzzo, King & Heller, 1992; Ginsburg- Block and Fantuzzo, 1997; Greenwood, 1991; Heller and Fantuzzo, 1993; Nazzal, 2002)