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RE: Bedrosian Article
Sat Jun 20, 2015 19:00

I think the general idea from this was to help the student that was struggling more to learn from the stronger student. I feel the peer was suppose to act as a helping hand, and encourage the struggling student to learn. I believe that watching the stronger student model the activities can help the other student learn. Contribution wise, I feel with any students it will be difficult to get 50/50. This is possible, however. To help get 50/50 levels, an idea would be to monitor the student and discussing with them ways they can both contribute evenly.

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