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Peer Tutoring for Children with Special Needs

Introduction

Special education for children with disabilities is not new in the area of learn*****g and teaching. It is normal these days that children with disabilities, either physical or intellectual, receive ***** as normal children do. Though of course, the process of ***** applied to them are also special and ***** tailored for their learning capacities.

There are different teaching strategies used in teach*****g ***** ***** disabilities or ***** needs. Some of which are the following.

***** teaching and ***** ***** in which a teacher exclusively teaches a child with special needs

***** learning in which ********** with ***** needs are formed in groups b*****ed on their level of learn*****g abilities.

Self-advocacy in which independency is being taught and promoted ***** children with special needs to train them how to live a normal life ********** ***** considered special as ***** they *****.

***** in which children with special needs are *****sisted by their non-disabled peers to learn. Other individuals, such as friends and families, ***** provide assistance to a special child's needs in his learning process is an aspect ***** peer-tutoring.

Researches and studies find these teaching ***** learning ***** efficient for children ***** special needs and *****. The effects of which, when measured from quantitative studies, show good results ***** improvements in the learning abilities ***** the *****. In view of th*****, this paper will try to explore deeper information on the effect of one of ***** mentioned ***** and ***** strategies for children with ***** needs. This ***** will discuss the follow topics related to peer tu*****ring for children with special needs.

Over***** on peer tutoring for children with special needs.

Advantages and disadvantages of the teaching process.

***** of ***** tutoring to the learning process of children ***** special *****.

Significance of this research

Future recommendations

Peer *****: An Overview

Peer tutoring is a process ***** learning in which peers of children with special needs participate in the ***** process. That is, teaching instructions that were selected by *****s are implemented ***** taught by non-disabled *****. The objective of peer-***** is to facilitate the learning ***** of students with disabilities. One simple *****ory is that the disabled learners who find ***** relationship with ***** *****tu*****rs can easily communicate with **********, and therefore can create the possibility of learning more quickly than when under a te*****cher-led learning environment.

***** are quite a number of techniques that can be used in peer-tutoring. Such includes peer modeling, same-age tutoring, cross-age *****, class-wide peer tutoring, ***** assessment, peer counseling, and many others. However, in general view, all of these strategies aim to assist a child with dis*****bility ***** learn knowledge ***** skills that a normal child can learn.

Several researches and studies show that ***** is among the effective strategies that allow ***** with ***** to effectively *****. From ********** study Peer-mediated Intervention Studies on Academic Achievement for Students with EBD (Emotional and Behavior Disturbance), Joseph Ryan and his colleagues *****dicates that The effectiveness

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