Social and Behavioral Sciences
This review provides a historical overview of behavioral teaching methods that have demonstrated efficacy across age groups, educational levels, and disciplines. In particular, we focus on a recent behavioral teaching method known as interteaching to highlight its effectiveness as a user-friendly alternative to the traditional classroom lecture. Applications of prior behavioral teaching methods will be briefly highlighted, followed by a more thorough overview of the empirical data to date supporting interteaching as an effective behavioral teaching method to increase academic engagement, learning, and satisfaction in the classroom. Key recommendations for pedagogy resulting from this research and a guide for future directions are provided.
Querol, Beatriz Isabelle; Rosales, Rocio; and Soldner, James, "A comprehensive review of interteaching and its impact on student learning and satisfaction" (2015). School for Global Inclusion and Social Development Faculty Publications. 10.