AATC Tutor Training Module 1
The goal of this Tutor Training Module is to give you a broad overview of the expectations, policies, and procedures discussed in the Tutor Training Handbook. Please review the handbook then answer the questions bellowing using complete sentences. You may use extra paper if needed.
Please note: In order to receive a full hour of pay for a tutee absence, you must remain in the tutoring room completing this assignment for the hour during the tutee absence. IF YOU LEAVE EARLY, YOU MUST ADJUST YOUR TIME on your time sheet.
Tutor Name *
Your answer
Tutor ID Number *
Your answer
Tutee Name *
Your answer
Time of Tutee Absence *
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Date of Tutee absence *
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Did you submit a tutee absence form? *
After reviewing the program expectations, which expectation do you believe will be the most challenging? How do you plan to overcome this challenge? *
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The AATC has a high standard of quality for our tutors and intelligence is not always indicative of such quality. Of the characteristics of good tutors listed, which ones do you possess? Which characteristics could you improve upon and how would you go about such improvement? *
Your answer
For the following scenario, indicate how many hours of prep a tutor would be allowed per week and then explain your answer. Scenario: a MAT 21 tutor works 4 hours on Monday in the AATC drop-in rooms, 3 hours on both Tuesday and Wednesday in the Cuarto residence halls, and has one individual tutoring assignment for MAT 21C. *
The AATC has received thousands of evaluations that show tutors that prep for their tutoring sessions have higher tutee satisfaction levels compared to tutors who don't prep. What do you currently do to prep? What additional steps can you take to make your prep more effective? *
Your answer
Tutors are not allowed to do their homework and/or other personal work while working. What should you be doing instead? *
Your answer
The ten-minute rule allows tutors time to get to and from class. However, it should only be used by tutors who actually have class immediately before or immediately after tutoring. For the following scenario, please indicate the start time for the tutoring appointment and give a brief explanation of your answer. Scenario: John, a PHY 9 tutor, is coming from class and his tutoring assignment is scheduled to be from 10am-12pm. *
Your answer
The ten-minute rule allows tutors time to get to and from class. However, it should only be used by tutors who actually have class immediately before or immediately after tutoring. For the following scenario, please indicate the start time for the tutoring appointment and give a brief explanation of your answer. Scenario: Jane, a BIS 2 tutor, does not have class today but is scheduled to tutor from 3pm-6pm. *
Your answer
The ten-minute rule allows tutors time to get to and from class. However, it should only be used by tutors who actually have class immediately before or immediately after tutoring. For the following scenario, please indicate the start time for the tutoring appointment and give a brief explanation of your answer. Scenario: Bob is scheduled to work STA drop-in from 12pm-4pm and is coming from class. *
Your answer
A midterm is coming up and a tutee wants a third tutoring session that week. Would this be allowed and why? *
Your answer
How long do you wait for a tutee to show up for individual tutoring before you have to record an absence? What are your choices if a tutee is absent from a tutoring session? *
Your answer
You find yourself missing a tutoring session because you were not at your bus stop when the bus arrived. Is this an excused or an unexcused absence? How many of this type of absence are you allowed per quarter? *
Your answer
The majority of our individual tutees come from ICA and there will be absences due to games or game-related travel. Summarize the process of rescheduling the missed tutoring appointment. *
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