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If your program is CRLA certified or moving toward CRLA certification, as part of the certification process, you could have a library of readings/journal articles on tutoring, learning, motivation, etc. that they could read and summarize, critique, reflect on, etc.  You could also look at building a video library either by purchasing tutorlingo (https://www.tutorlingo.org/)  and have them view them.  You could also have them vet videos on the tutoring process on you tube or other  websites to see if there are some good ones you could use in your training. 

Just a few quick ideas!

Laurie
www.lauriehazard.com

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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Angie Wolfe
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 11:41 AM
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Subject: tutor down time

Hi, All!

I am new to my position and would like to know how other peer-tutoring programs deal with tutor down time.  Besides the usual office related tasks
- classroom visits, textbook library upkeep, advertisements, office clean up -what does your program ask of its tutors when they have a set schedule and no students scheduled during a time frame?  I need to keep my tutors busy; however, I do not have a ton of time to supervise every task.

Your suggestions and ideas would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

Angie Wolfe
Coordinator
Academic Coaching & Tutoring Center
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Bradford, PA

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