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Hello from Paul Neilson
I do not think that I have successfully implemented peer teaching. I have certainly tried peer feedback but not teaching other than getting the "smart" kid to help others when finished although I distanced from this practise many years ago after an argument between the "smart" kid and one who I thought needed help.
Apologies for the late reply, Paul. I do recommend organic peer teaching and the teams of three if/when appropriate!
Hello from Doha Adra
Hi there. Peer teaching has been useful over the years. This is when I pair up a more able student with one that is weaker during a class activity/set tasks.
Quirky fact: I can’t reach the top of the board. (Thank goodness for the taller students!)
Haha, that is brilliant. Some of the best, most in-control teachers I've known have been short. Yes, peer teaching can be great.
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