Reader Role Models: How Cross-Age Tutoring Can Help Second and Sixth Graders Improve Their Reading Skills
Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
Dr. Mongsher Ly
The research question addressed in this capstone is: “How does a reading intervention program at an urban charter school taught by sixth grade students to second grade students, commonly known as cross-age tutoring, affect the reading test scores of both groups?” This action research study examines the practice of cross-age tutoring and details the development of a reading program involving eight sixth grade and eight second grade students in an urban charter school setting. Using a mixed methods design, the results indicated significant growth and improvement for the second grade students, while the sixth grade students showed more mixed results.
McCabe, Robert, "Reader Role Models: How Cross-Age Tutoring Can Help Second and Sixth Graders Improve Their Reading Skills" (2016). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4239.