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Our peer tutoring is, I believe, walk-in.  I think when I started the intention was to do things mostly by appointment... but it has evolved into 95% walk-in. That's in part because that's my style... *I* forget appointments. (Of course, when they appear at my desk, it reminds me... usually...)  HOwever, it also is much more efficient than 1:1.  

The significant downside is that it turns into a democracy, and the minority can get short shrift.  If there are 6 people here doing math, then the poor soul who needs to crank out an English paper, which requires an entirely different kind of attention, can feel pretty left out... not come back... so the ratio gets even steeper. 


Susan Jones
Academic Development Specialist
Academic Development Center
Parkland College
Champaign, IL  61821
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HI folks

 

We are moving into a larger facility within the next 6 weeks and we are
considering changing our process somewhat. Currently, all of our
tutoring is offered via appointments. Since we will have more space and
the possibility of having space for walk-in tutoring, my supervisor
would like for us to survey other schools (particularly 4-year
institutions) to see what you offer in regards to tutoring. 

 

Do you offer walk-in hours? If so, for what courses? How are the hours
determined?

 

Do you offer individual tutoring? If so, how are they arranged?

 

Do you offer both and if so, how and why?

 

Thank you!!!

Karyn

 

Karyn L. Schulz

Coordinator of Tutoring

University of Baltimore

(410) 837-5387

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