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Neville (1999) found the tutorless groups identified fewer learning issues compared with tutored groups.
McMaster University has had experience with both tutored and tutorless PBL small groups (Woods, Hall, Eyles, Hrymak, & Duncan-Hewitt, 1996).
A comparison between tutored and tutorless PBL small groups found no significant difference in content mastery or student satisfaction.
The study was done at the end of the school year after students had been in tutored PBL small groups for two full semesters.
Finally, this study confirms Allen's (1976) finding that cross-age tutors who exhibit a high degree of competency in the tutored task fail to benefit academically from acting as tutors.
Also, the present investigation confirmed that cross-age tutors who exhibit a high degree of competency in the tutored task failed to benefit academically from acting as tutors.
The results showed that the gains for the tutored group were substantially higher than for the control group.
Tutor #1 tutored 75 words, of which he knew 28 at pretest.
This knowledge, in turn, helped them better understand the tensions they experienced as they tutored in the Center.
That fuzzy line became almost invisible when I privately tutored a handicapped girl who had been taught at home for four years.
Any of the other tutors could have tutored that paper just as skillfully, but I'm convinced that the shared culture between the athletes added to the success of the session, and the presence of a tutor-athlete made it acceptable for other athletes to come to the center--even though they might be tutored by me.