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Donna,

What you are describing is often called "Writing Fellows" is the writing center world.  While I haven't implemented such a program, The WAC clearinghouse has a page dedicated to it: http://wac.colostate.edu/fellows/

Best,
-Marcia Toms
NC State University



Donna Hill wrote:
> In the fall, I will have two developmental writing courses in which a peer
> tutor will be in the class with us. The students will not have required SI
> sessions after the course; however, students may be asked to see a tutor for
> a particular problem. 
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>  
>
> Since I have never used any type of SI before, I was wondering whether the
> tutors merely sit in the class, or should they take a more active role? If
> so, what types of duties should they perform?
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> Thanks!
>
>  
>
> Donna Hill, Chair
>
> English Department
>
> Ouachita Technical College
>
> One College Circle
>
> Malvern AR 72104
>
> 501.332.0251
>
> 

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