Exploring the potential impact of reciprocal peer tutoring on higher education students’ metacognitive knowledge and regulation


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Backer, Keer and Valcke’s study “explores the potential of reciprocal peer tutoring to promote both university students’ metacognitive knowledge and their metacognitive regulation skills. The study was conducted in a naturalistic higher education setting, involving 67 students tutoring each other during a complete semester.”

Backer, Liesje De. (May 2012) . Exploring the potential impact of reciprocal peer tutoring on higher education students’ metacognitive knowledge and regulation. Instructional Science, Volume 40, issue 3, pp 559-588. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11251-011-9190-5

Exploring the potential impact of reciprocal peer tutoring on higher education students’ metacognitive knowledge and regulation

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