Peer Tutoring 12
If you are thinking about tutoring to help you pay your way through post-secondary school, this course will give you the skills and experience to stand out from the competition. Successful peer tutors may also receive reference letters from the teachers who supervise their peer tutoring work. Most peer tutors will work with Academic Strategies classes, but may also be assigned to support younger students in other academic classes. Volunteer hours may be gained by helping out in Homework Club or through WCP, and those hours can be used for Grad Transitions, scholarship applications and your resume. If you want to build your resume while helping others do better in school, this is definitely the course for you.
Students enrolled in Peer Tutoring will initially have a free block during the month of September. This policy is designed to compensate them for the fact that they will have to give up some personal time in order to complete the training sessions. Once the majority of their training is complete, they will be assigned to a class and a supervising teacher, and they will no longer have a free block.
Peer Tutoring 12 is open to grade 11 and 12 students with good academic standing. If you are interested in being a peer tutor during the coming school year, please fill out this application form and submit it to Ms. Liew's mailbox in the office:
How You Will Be Marked:
Students' marks for each term will be broken down as follows:
End of Term Self-Reflection 20%
Supervising Teacher's Evaluation 80%
There are no tests or exams in this course.
This is the rubric that your supervising teacher will use to determine your final mark for the course:
At the end of the quarter, please complete the following self-reflection and submit it to your supervising teacher:
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