Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice
Chapter 5. Managing Conflict in the Peer Tutoring Context Jennifer L. Bevan and Jennifer H. Waldeck
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MANAGING CONFLICT IN THE PEER TUTORING CONTEXT
Jennifer L. Bevan and Jennifer H. Waldeck
This volume and prior literature have firmly established peer tutoring as a helpful resource for boosting student motivation and engagement, as well as enhancing critical cognitive and affective learning outcomes. These outcomes are important not only for student success, but also for institutional success, given that these factors are related to academic retention. As such, there is a renewed interest in peer tutoring, and many institutions are establishing or reinforcing their peer tutoring centers and programs.
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