This post highlights sample peer tutoring resource materials donated by West Springfield High School's peer tutoring program director, Melissa Morgan. Featured in a previous post, you can learn more about the program in this article.
Used at the beginning of a tutoring session, this information-gathering form helps collect data on who attends the tutoring center, helps the peer tutor in filling out their tutoring log and serves as a means for gaining information about the tutee and their assignment while building rapport.
A form to be completed while observing a fellow tutor's session. Tutors are expected to observe at least two sessions per quarter and cannot observe the same tutor twice.
Tutees fill out this form during the last five minutes of a tutoring session. The form is used to evaluate both the session and the tutor.
E-mail templates filled out by the tutor and sent to the teacher of the tutee, acknowledging that a tutoring session took place either asynchronously or synchronously.
Do you have resources to contribute to our peer tutoring resource library? You may upload them for review. And please embed your e-mail address into your file so that we have a way to contact you if needed. Thank you.