Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Cross-age peer tutoring will be used to help create an inclusion setting for students with and without disabilities. The participants for the capstone project included five fifth graders and five students with special needs that are in grades first to third. The site the research was conducted at is an elementary school located in Seaside, California. Fifth graders were trained on how to be an effective tutor in order to be able to help the special need students increase their motor performance by teaching them how to throw a ball overhand. The research found that cross-age peer tutoring was an effective solution for all students to feel included while being able to increase their skills in physical education. As a future educator, the researcher understands how this solution can help create a space in schools that all students can thrive in.
Thompson-Hall, Taylor, "Inclusion in Physical education" (2019). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 440.