It sounds like there is enough interest in this topic to warrant a post to
the listserv. It would be much appreciated.


On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 12:26 AM, Bruce A. Epps <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We are in the process of analyzing the effectiveness of our recent
> academic coaching activity, and we are realizing that simply counting the
> number of visits students did or did not have with us is an insufficient
> measure of how substantive and effective those visits have been.  In other
> words, not all academic coaching sessions are the same.  Has anyone
> developed any kind of index or rating system for academic coaches (or peer
> tutors) to somehow assess the perceived effectiveness of a particular
> session?  I’m not thinking about an outcomes-based assessment, but rather
> an on-the-spot assessment of the session’s productiveness and its
> likelihood of positively impacting student success.
> Bruce Epps
> Director, Academic Success
> Blackmore Library 205
> Capital University
> 1 College and Main
> Columbus, Ohio  43209-2394
> [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> Ph. (614) 236-6461
> Fax (614) 236-6728
> Schedule tutoring appointments at

Lois Martin
Director, Academic Resource & Writing Center
Goshen College
Goshen, IN
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