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Volume 4, Issue 112 (10-2012)                   Exceptional Education 1391, __(112): 55-60 | Back to browse issues page

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Khezri A. Peer Tutoring, The Strategy Teaching to Students with special need in the Inclusive system. Exceptional Education. 2012; 4 (112) :55-60
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Peer is one of the effective educational strategies for teaching students having special needs in the learning comprehensive system. Comprehensive education is a phenomenon based on normalization and its goal is to prepare the individual with the special needs for a suitable life in the society. In the comprehensive learning students with special needs will attend normal classes studying next to other students, taking advantage of the teacher acting as a liaison between the normal student and the one with special needs.

In this strategy, a student (as a peer) provides his own learning experiences for the other student (the one with special needs) under the supervision of the teacher. In the current article, while the educational strategy problems, advantages and its implementation methods are described, the dangers of using peer teaching and the teacher's role in the successful implementation of the strategy have also been brought to the attention.

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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: General
Received: 2014/Sep/Sat | Revised: 2014/Dec/Wed | Accepted: 2014/Sep/Sat | Published: 2014/Sep/Sat | ePublished: 2014/Sep/Sat

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