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Student Research Guide: Peer Mediated Instruction and Intervention for Students with Disabilities: Other Sources

By Haley Riffel

Other Sources

Tess Nacelewicz, Staff W. "Kids Help it Out Peer-Mediation Programs in Elementary Schools are not Only Popular, They’re Successful,

Educators Say.: [City Edition]." Portland Press Herald, Jan 28, 1999, pp. 1B. ProQuest, http://ezproxy.library.skagit.edu/login?url=https://www-proquest-com.ezproxy.library.skagit.edu/newspapers/kids-help-their-peers-work-out-peer-mediation/docview/276900324/se-2?accountid=1131 (Links to an external site.).

This source talks about how kids in a school have teamed up to become playground mediators. They are capable of positively influencing the behavior on the playground by working together to encourage problem solving skills. This ties into how PMII can be used to help kids with ASD learn social skills. This article was posted by the Portland Press Herald. This is not an academic source but it does build on to this topic.

Tri-State Webinar: Peer-Mediated Interventions.” KSDE TASN, Kansas Technical Assistance System Network, 2015, www.ksdetasn.org/resources/2124.

A great webinar that seeks to inform viewers of Peer Mediated Instruction and Intervention. The speaker is Erik Carter who is a special education professor. This source gives us a look into how teachers (or others) are being taught on how to implement PMII. 

 

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