Building Strategic Tutoring Partnerships: Using Professional Development Software to Form Mutually Beneficial University and P-12 School Collaborations
Special Education, Foundations and Technology
College of Education
Strategic Tutoring (Hock, Schumaker, & Deshler, 1999) is a research-validated approach for providing one-on-one instruction during which learners master a specific learning strategy while getting assistance on immediate tasks. Software for delivering training in the model has been developed, field-tested, and shown to be effective with teachers, para-professionals, and volunteer tutors (Lancaster & Lancaster, 2006). Recently, College of Education faculty at a Midwestern university have used the software to prepare pre-admittance education candidates to tutor students in local schools. Thus, discussion in this roundtable will focus on the components of the Strategic Tutoring software and how it was used in a pre-admission college of education clinical course to provide training to students. Additionally, presenters will discuss methods for collecting efficacy data on the experience and initial findings.
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 2013 Conference
New Orleans, LA
Lancaster, Paula E. and Lancaster, Sean, "Building Strategic Tutoring Partnerships: Using Professional Development Software to Form Mutually Beneficial University and P-12 School Collaborations" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1158.
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