Here are the most recent listings from the peer tutoring resource library.
A peer tutor application from Daviess County High School special education program.
Peer tutoring program teacher recommendation sheet used in the tutor recruitment process at Newton North High School. The form contains academic related questions and a checkbox list of attributes for the recommending teacher to rate the prospective tutor on.
Peer tutor application form by Anchorage school district. This two-page application asks questions such as, Have you served as a Peer Tutor? If so, what teacher(s) have you worked with? What strengths do you bring to the position of peer tutor? and more.
This document contains application forms (with sections for teacher recommendations) for peer tutor and teachers assistant roles.
A two-page guide by Lower Columbia College via Duke University offers tips for Math peer tutors to succeed in their roles. The document provides guidance on the basic steps for assisting students, teaching concepts, addressing Math anxiety and more.
Developed in collaboration with Blue Engine, this toolkit by the National Student Support Accelerator was created to guide practitioners through designing and implementing a high-impact tutoring program or improving an existing one.
This guide by the National Scholar Foundation provides information for developing a peer tutoring program. The document also contains useful resources such as tutor training guides and activities, sample forms, flyers and other materials for running an effective peer tutoring program.
Written by Rebecca Sanders and Rebecca L. Damron, this book aims to help classroom teachers begin and facilitate a peer tutoring writing center. You can get more information about the book's content from the National Writing Project website.
This evaluation form used at Umpqua Community College can be adapted to the needs of a high school peer tutoring program. The form contains ratings and questions for tutees to use in giving feedback about peer tutors and the peer tutoring program.
This free resource from Teachers Pay Teachers is intended for use by general education peer tutors who assist special education students.
Brief overview by Lehigh University College of Education on setting up peer tutoring as an intervention to provide a way for all students to respond to content.
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