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3 Ways to Maximize Peer-to-Peer Learning

Simple strategies you can use to have kids teach each other—a research-proven path to better learning.

September 28, 2018

A number of studies have shown that when students know they will teach something to their peers, they often put more effort into understanding the subject matter, and consequently improve their own learning—a phenomenon known in psychology as the protégé effect. To learn more about the studies cited in the video, check out the links below.   

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