상호적인 또래교수가 수학장애 학생의 수학 성취도와 자아개념에 미치는 효과
Published Online: Dec 31, 2000
This study was conducted to examine the effect of the reciprocal peer tutoring on mathematics achievement and self- concept of students with math disabilities. Twenty - four students with math disabilities were selected from 4th and 5th grade, and they wer e divided into experimental group and control group. In the experimental group, the subjects were tr ained to learn reciprocal peer tutoring techniques for 4 ses sions and used the reciprocal peer tutoring for 20 session. The experiment was conducted 3 sessions a week and each ses sion lasted 40 minutes. For the control group, the traditional instruction method was used. Pre- test and post - test was implemented using mathematics achievement test which was developed by the researchers. and the self- concept inventory developed by No(1984). The data were analyzed by ANCOVA(analysis of covariance).
The result showed significant difference between the experimental and control group in both mathematics achievement and self- concept. This result indicates that reciprocal peer tutoring can facilitate the improvement of mathematics achievement and self- concept of students with math disabilities. This result implies that reciprocal peer tutoring would be a useful instructional method for students with math disabilities.