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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The research is to establish an online Peer-Tutoring Platform for Programming Languages and delve into the one-to-one peer-tutoring activities, while we conduct the learning strategy about the peer education. Students with better learning ability serve as tutors, instructing those with worse learning ability, called tutees. Tutors proceed with the peer-tutoring activities of the online programming language with respectively different teaching skills. The aim of that is to enable the students to learn the programming language and ameliorate their program designing ability. Furthermore, we delve into how their peers are affected in learning, when the students as tutors utilize on different teaching skills to carry the learning activities out.

Keywords :

: peer-tutoring; programming language; learning achievement; teaching skill

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