To be qualified to tutor with our program, the tutor must have taken the course at our institution and earned a B or better. Especially our math faculty support this. If a tutor has completed at least a semester of successful tutoring and has earned a B or better in a subsequent course at our institution, I may allow the tutor to tutor a transfer course of a lower level. It depends upon the transfer school too.
I find this situation with AP credit too.
ACCESS Peer Assisted Learning
Division of Academic Affairs
Williston Hall 100 E | DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2828
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The secret in education is to respect the learner.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I am running into an issue with tutors who have taken math courses as dual credit. A couple of my dual credit math tutors are telling me they didn’t cover the math material in their dual credit courses that they are now being asked to assist our in seat math students with. Is anyone else seeing this issue? If so, what are you doing to overcome this? Is anyone using a “math test/quiz” with any new hires to gauge what they know or don’t know? I have also experienced this same situation with dual credit Found of Chem course. Anything you are willing to share with me is greatly appreciated!
Moberly Area Community College
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660-263-4100 ext 11310
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