When the tutee asks a question which does not follow from the materials being discussed, he or she has probably lost track of the learning task. It is especially important for the tutor to pay attention to verbal cues which indicate the learnera#39;s fatigue, loss of interest, or affective state. ... The learner who is writing out answers is likely to be actively involved and on task. ... the learner, he or she must not be led to believe that there is a hard and fast interpretation for specific learner behaviors.
|Title||:||Peer tutoring for individualized instruction|
|Author||:||Stewart W. Ehly, Stephen C. Larsen|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 1980-01|