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Thanks Jim!  
I just completed them. 
Heather 
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Valkenburg" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Tuesday, June 3, 2008 11:17:49 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
Subject: Re: Final Call for ATP Online Workshops

Heather,

Please go to www.myatp.org and complete the online registrations for these workshops.

I will make sure you get into them even if I haven't received payment.

But I do need the completed forms.

Thanks,

Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Heather Sherman
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 11:01 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Final Call for ATP Online Workshops

Hi Jim, 

I'd like to register for:

Academic Support Programs for Development Level Students 
Outcomes, Objectives and Assessment of Academic Support Programs


I will request a check and have it sent out as soon as possible. 

Thank you, 

Heather Sherman 
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Valkenburg" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 11:18:04 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
Subject: Final Call for ATP Online Workshops

Hi,

 

Tuesday, June 3rd, will be the last day for registration into any of the
ATP Online Summer Six-Pack Workshops.  Arrangements may be made for
folks who need additional time for payment.

 

Final Call-ATP Summer Six-pack On-line Workshops

 

The ATP is proud to offer a Summer Six-Pack of On-line Workshops
beginning June 6, 2008 and ending August 10, 2008.  The Six-pack has
been developed in response to requests by participants of recent online
workshops and current members of the ATP.  The workshops will reprise
Cognitive Learning and Its Applications to the Tutorial Setting;
Academic Support Programs for Developmental Level Students; Tutoring the
ESL Student; Tutoring Adult Learners; The Online Environment and
Tutoring; and Outcomes, Objectives and Assessment of Academic Support
Programs.  These workshops will be offered as open entry/open exit
workshops where participants may visit any module at any time.
Individuals may enroll for any number of the workshops or for the entire
workshop at a discounted cost.

 

Cognitive Learning and Its Applications to the Tutorial Setting topics
include: Current Understanding of Brain Physiology: Memory-Storage and
Access; Learning Styles and Cognition; Cognitive Theories: Piaget,
Gardner, Bloom; Language Acquisition: Reading, Writing and Math; Goal
Setting-long term, short Term and during the tutorial session; Problem
Solving Strategies; Scenarios. 

 

Academic Support Programs for Developmental Level Students topics
include: Why Students are Underprepared; Peer Coaching; Early Alert;
TRIO: SSS;  Tutor Training, Techniques and Scenarios for Developmental
Math; Tutor Training, Techniques and Scenarios for Developmental
Reading; Tutor Training, Techniques and Scenarios for Developmental
Writing;  Best Practices; Issues and scenarios in tutoring the
Developmental level student; SLA for Developmental Level Classes.

 

Tutoring the ESL Student topics include: Second Language Acquisition
theories; Reading/Writing and Grammar as it applies to Second Language
Acquisition; Cultural Differences/Expectations: Generation 1.5; Cultural
Differences/Expectations: Tutoring Techniques; Developing an ESL
Tutoring Program (and the reasons for it); Tutor Training, Techniques
and Scenarios (for traditional f2f sessions); Tutor Training, Techniques
and Scenarios (for the on-line setting); Scenarios in the ESL tutoring
center.

 

Tutoring Adult Learners topics include: Transitions: Helping the Adult
Learner Cope with College; Transitions from High School; Overcoming Math
Anxiety in Adult Learners; Issues in Writing for Adult Learners; The
Psychology of the Adult Learner (two perspectives); Returning Students
and Learning Styles; The International Adult Learner: Cultural
Imperatives; The ESL Adult Learner; Adult Learners in Humanities, Social
Science, etc; Scenarios.

 

The Online Environment and Tutoring topics include: Deciding on how to
offer on-line support; The difference between on-line and face-to-face
tutoring; Developing and Implementing an Online Tutoring Program;
Tutoring Online; The ATP Ethics Statement with suggestions for the
on-line environment; Online Tutoring Guidelines: the ATP On-line
Committee Findings; Eliciting Responses in an On-line Environment-It's
All in How You Say It; How to Create a Toolbar; Scenarios.

 

Outcomes, Objectives and Assessment of Academic Support Programs topics
include: Why Assess?; Quantitative Data; Interviews, Surveys and Focus
Groups; Benchmarking; Using CATs for Assessing Tutoring; Evaluating By
Appointment Tutoring and Peer Coaching; and 7 Steps to Assessment. 

 

The intended audience is tutors and tutor trainers.   Each of the
separate workshops has the equivalent of two CEUs toward ATP tutor or
tutor trainer certification; however, active participation on the
discussion board for all modules is required to earn the certificate of
completion.  

 

The cost for taking all six components of the six-pack workshop is $240
for ATP members and $300 for non-members.  Each component may be taken
separately at a cost of $50 for members and $75 for non-members.
However, one may become a member and enroll for the workshops at the
same time. So, for example, a non-member may register for three
workshops and pay a total of $175 ($25 for membership and $50 for each
of the workshops) or $265 for the entire six-pack ($25 for membership
and the membership price of $240 for the six-pack). Send all checks to
Jim Valkenburg, c/o Delta College, 1961 Delta Road, University Center,
MI 48710.

 

You may register for the workshop on-line at
http://www.jsu.edu/depart/edprof/atp/ .  Arrangements for payment can be
made to ensure that all registrants may participate in the workshop.
Instructions for the use of the teaching/learning platform will also be
sent to each participant.  If you have any questions, please contact Jim
Valkenburg at [log in to unmask] .

 

*This tutor training is not intended to take the place of training
provided by colleges or organizations that already provide certification
training for tutors. However, ATP online training workshops may
contribute to a tutor's development and enhance such training if guided
by the organization's tutor coordinator. For this reason, ATP encourages
tutor coordinators to take ATP online training sessions along with their
tutors-in-training.

 


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