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  • A win-win peer mentoring and tutoring program: A collaborative model. Dennison, S.  (2000).  Journal of Primary Prevention, 20, 161-174.
  • Peer Assisted Learning: A Practical Guide for Teachers.  Topping, K.  (2000).  Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.
  • Peer Tutoring: A Teacher's Resource Guide. Gordon, E.E. (2005). ScarecrowEducation.
  • Tutoring Matters: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About How to Tutor. By Chin, T., Rabow, J., & Estrada, J. (2011). Temple University Press.
  • The Tutoring Revolution: Applying Research for Best Practices, Policy Implications, and Student Acheievement. Gordon, E.E. (2006). Rowman & Littlefield.
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