Optimizing Strategies for Student Interaction in the Elementary School Classroom

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v2i4.194

Jinghui Zhang

Chenxinzhuang Central Primary School


With the implementation of “new curriculum reform”, the traditional teaching approaches are being improved. Researches indicate that various components contribute to the success in one’s learning process with student-student interaction being an essential part. However, many investigations in China showed that student-student interaction hasn’t been properly implemented in classroom atmosphere. In this study, current situations of student-to-student interaction in Chinese elementary school classroom are revealed. By analyzing factors influencing this form of interaction, the paper aims to put forward strategies in optimizing student-student interaction in the elementary school classroom.


student-student interaction; elementary school classroom; influencing factors; strategies


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