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Tutor Training Mini Courses

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Our tutor training program is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association. Tutors completing the tutor training program and a required number of tutoring hours receive a certificate.

Enrollment in these courses requires the permission of CADE. To be considered for enrollment, please fill out this questionnaire, which will be reviewed by CADE. Be certain to include your contact information in your questionnaire.

PROF 221 Becoming a Master Tutor I  

This discussion and practice course is designed to prepare students to tutor their peers effectively.  Topics of study are the tutor’s role, interpersonal communication strategies and diversity, learning disabilities, teaching time management, teaching reading and note-taking strategies, and tutorial ethics.  This course is for tutors employed by or seeking employment by the Center for Academic Development and Enrichment.  Students should enroll for as many Becoming a Master Tutor mini courses in a semester as possible (but only one at a time) to complete the series PROF 221, 222 and 223 within one or two semesters. 1 s.h.
Prerequisites: Recommendation letter from a professor and/or permission of CADE, or successful completion of PROF 222 or 223. Also, “B+” or better in subject area to be tutored.

 

PROF 222 Becoming a Master Tutor II  

This discussion and practice course is designed to prepare students to tutor their peers effectively. Topics of study are the multiple intelligences, personality theory, metacognition, intermediate reading strategies, teaching note-taking strategies, interpersonal communication strategies, and assisting students who have learning disabilities. This course is for tutors employed by or seeking employment by the Center for Academic Development and Enrichment. Students should enroll for as many Becoming a Master Tutor mini courses in a semester as possible (but only one at a time) to complete the series PROF 221, 222 and 223 within one or two semesters. 1 s.h.
Prerequisites: Recommendation letter from a professor and/or permission of CADE, or successful completion of PROF 221 or 223. Also, “B+” or better in subject area to be tutored.

 

PROF 223 Becoming a Master Tutor III  

This discussion and practice course is designed to prepare students to tutor their peers effectively. Topics of study are the reading and writing processes, metacognition, task analysis, teaching critical reading strategies, revising writing, and proofreading strategies. This course is for tutors employed by or seeking employment by the Center for Academic Development and Enrichment. Students should enroll for as many Becoming a Master Tutor mini courses in a semester as possible (but only one at a time) to complete the series PROF 221, 222 and 223 within one or two semesters. 1 s.h.
Prerequisites: Recommendation letter from a professor and/or permission of CADE, or successful completion of PROF 221 or 222. Also, “B+” or better in subject area to be tutored.

 

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