Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsSo I hope you've enjoyed our course on paired reading. More than that, I hope the students you work with have responded positively to the new techniques they've been developing. Good luck as you adapt and develop paired reading. The evidence suggests that as your students use the technique, their reading should improve.

End of Course

Please watch the final part of this course on peer tutoring.

Through engagement with the course we hope that you have learned how to organise paired reading sessions in your own setting and are able to troubleshoot any potential challenges that may arise. You have looked at the evidence base that exists in the literature that can be used to inform practice, and should be aware of the positive experiences and benefits that exist when your students engage in the peer tutoring process.

Allen Thurston and Queen’s University of Belfast would like to thank you for joining this course.

Good luck with any peer tutoring activities that you embark on in the future. The freely available resources that you have been provided with in the course should help you to get started.

We hope that you will now be able to run your own peer tutoring programme with confidence.

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Using Peer Tutoring to Improve Student Reading

Queen's University Belfast