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There's a great training module on this topic in the CRLA's Handbook for
Training Peer Tutors and Mentors
<http://crla.net/index.php/publications/handbook-for-training-peer-tutors-mentors>.
It addresses a number of "styles" of difficulty students may present with,
along with practical methods for working with those students and resolving
the difficulties.

Emily Janssen
Carthage College
Director of Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction
(262) 551-6047
HL 225

On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 4:34 PM, Christopher Glover <
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> Anyone know of or use any good articles on this topic? Or have any other
> resources they would like to share?
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