We use Canvas for some of our tutor training at my institution. We set it up as a course that we enroll the tutors in, and they are expected to complete the training modules and assessments. We've divided the online training into 10 sections, each of which has some type of assessment (usually a quiz), as well as a discussion board. I require all tutors to complete the first three modules before they can begin tutoring. We also do two three-hour face-to-face training sessions each semester that cover some of the same topics, but the Canvas course allows tutors who get hired later to have immediate access to the training. The 10 modules we offer online are:
I hope this helps. If you have any questions, I would be happy to answer.
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I am in the process of moving our tutor training into Canvas. Does anyone have any tips, insights, or lesson plans (syllabi) they would be willing to share? How do you utilize Canvas/Blackboard for your tutor training? What are expectations for the tutors? How do you split lessons online vs. in-person meetings?
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