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TTR101 - Tutor Training Seminar (1 to 3 cr.)

An overview of the theory and practice of peer tutors in higher education is the required training component for all content tutors at the Claude J. Clark Learning Center. Through role playing, small group activities and group discussion, students will develop the necessary skills to tutor in a diverse campus community. Prospective tutors must be recommended by faculty member(s) in the course(s) they wish to tutor. Prerequisite(s): sophomore standing, 2.75 GPA. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

TTR102 - Advanced Tutor Training Seminar (1 cr.)

This one credit course is a continuation of TTR101 for tutors who want to earn their CRLA III certificate. Focus will be placed on structuring the learning experience, on group management skills, and other higher level tutoring skills. Prerequisite(s): TTR101. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

TTR103 - Tutoring in Practice (1 cr.)

This course is intended to provide students the opportunity to develop their peer tutoring methods and skill by applying theory in tutoring sessions. Peer tutors will receive ongoing supervision as they build connections with course faculty, students in the course they will tutor and the Learning Center professional staff. Semester(s) Offered: Once Per Semester.

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