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|Marah Fortson; Math Forum|
|An annotated bibliography: articles to help teachers deal with a classroom of learners with different abilities, different strengths and weaknesses, who are at different levels academically, behaviorally, and socially. The task of the teacher is a challenge, especially when students have trouble understanding and keeping up with the class. There are known advantages to working with a child one-on-one, but this is not always possible for a teacher to do. Cross-age tutoring seems to provide ways of dealing with such problems. Sometimes called "peer tutoring," cross-age tutoring occurs when a tutor is older than a tutee. Often participants will be "disadvantaged" or "at-risk."|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Articles, Bibliographies|
|Math Ed Topics:||Non-traditional, Disabled/Challenged, Pedagogical Research|
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