Peer Tutor Application 2013
Please complete the Peer Tutor application below by Friday, December 13th.
2. Graduation Class
3. Which subject or subjects are you interested in tutoring in? (Please check all that apply)
United States History
Topics in Western Civilization
African and Latin American History
English - Grammar
English - Writing
English - Vocabulary
4. If you chose to tutor in a languge, what level will you be taking next fall?
5. Are you willing to tutor in the library from 7:45-8:45pm approximately once every two weeks on a rotating basis?
6. Have you attended a Peer Tutor Training Session before? (either individually with Mrs. Schloat or in a group in the Small Auditorium)
7. Were you a Peer Tutor this school year?
8. What skills do you think make a good peer tutor? Why? (If you answered "Yes" to question number 7, you do not need to answer this question)
9. Are you interested in applying to be a Head Peer Tutor? (If you were a Head Peer Tutor this year, you do not need to answer the questions below - just mark "yes")
10. If you are applying to be a Head Peer Tutor, answer the following question: Imagine yourself running a meeting of peer tutors, and the purpose of the meeting is to determine how and when students in need should contact peer tutors. (For example: should there be evening open hours at a campus location? Should students be matched up by a teacher? Should they be connected based on free periods and area of need/specialty?) Describe how you might run that meeting:
11. If you are applying to be a Head Peer Tutor, answer the following question: Consider the difference between helping students with their work and doing their work for them. How might you draw a distinction to guide potential peer tutors?
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