In our last blog post, we featured the peer tutoring program of Hillcrest High School in Strawberry, Arkansas. Today, we're giving you a peek into some of the documents used within the program. The Peer Tutoring Resource Center wishes to thank program founders, Natasha Turner and Rachael Netrefa for offering their time to share details about their program and donate materials to our resource library.
Used by tutees to reflect and provide feedback about their tutors and tutoring experience
A guide used in training peer tutors on how to conduct themselves and achieve success in their roles.
A questionnaire to help both students (tutor and tutee) understand the tutee’s strengths and areas of difficulty. The questionnaire covers topics like time management, study skills, math and writing skills and much more.
Simple sign-in form for keeping track of peer tutor attendance.
Preview of the Google Form used by teachers to recommend students who need tutoring.
Students use this form to apply to become a peer tutor. The form also lists the requirements to be met by students wishing to become tutors.
Peer tutors at Hillcrest High School are required to read and sign this agreement form prior to participating in the peer tutoring program.
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