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Damon, W. and Phelps, E. (1989). Strategic uses of peer learning in children's education. Peer Relationships in Child Development. T.J. Berndt and G.W. Ladd (Eds.). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 135-157.

Fantuzzo, J.W., Dimeff, L.A., and Fox, S.L. (1989). Reciprocal peer tutoring: A multimodal assessment of effectiveness with college students. Teaching of Psychology, 16, 133-135.

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Mann, A. F. (1993). A quantitative and qualitative evaluation of a peer tutor-training course: A cognitive developmental model. (Doctoral dissertation, North Carolina State University, 1993). Dissertation Abstracts International, 53, 2226.

Riggio, R.E., Fantuzzo, J.W., Connelly, S., and Dimeff, L.A. (1991). Reciprocal peer tutoring: A classroom strategy for promoting academic and social integration in undergraduate students. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 6, 387-396.

Riggio, R.E., Whatley, M.A., and Neale, P. (1994). Effects of student academic ability on cognitive gains using reciprocal peer tutoring. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 9, 529-542.

Schmidt, H.G. and Moust, J.H.C. (1995). What makes a tutor effective? A structural-equations modeling approach to learning in problem-based curricula. Academic Medicine, 70, 708-714.

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* This program was made possible by the generous support of the National Science Foundation Award for the Integration of Research and Education (NSF-AIRE).

* Of the 5 faculty members who participated in the program, 4 returned the evaluation surveys in the fall of 1999. Of the 8 student mentors, 7 returned the surveys.

* Of the 5 faculty members who participated in the program, 3 returned the evaluation surveys in the spring. Of the 8 student mentors, 3 returned the surveys.

Appendix A: Survey of faculty summer experience and school year expectations
Appendix B: Survey of student summer experience and school year expectations
Appendix C: Mentor Follow-up Survey
Appendix D: Faculty Follow-up Survey
Appendix E: Survey for students in contact with the student mentors
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