Tutor Training


As the old adage states, "experience is the best teacher." This especially holds true for tutoring. Sheer practical experience will give new tutors many of the tools that they need. But before tutors embark on this journey called “experience," it is extremely important to start out with some basic guidelines.

Follow the steps below:

Please complete the following assignments and attend the required face-to-face training sessions on your campus:

  1. Complete the Interdisciplinary Tutor Training assignments listed below, print them and hand them in to the Academic Support Center.  
  2. Tutors, discover your personal learning style. Take the Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire. Submit your answers directly and receive an informative visual.


    Interdisciplinary Tutor Training
    Module Class Assignment
    1

    Introduction to Tutoring

    Intro Work

    2

    Five Steps To Being Effective

    Five Steps Work

    3

    Techniques That Work

    Technique Work

    4

    Listening Skills

    Listening Work

    5

    Study Skills

    Study Skills Work

    6

    Learning Styles

    Learning Work

    7

    Learning Disabilities

    Disabilities Work

    8

    Cultural Differences

    Culture Work

    9

    Group Tutorials

    Group Work

    10

    Class Evaluation

    Evaluation Form

    Kathie Read, Learning Resource Center Coordinator of the American River College, graciously granted her permission for the Academic Support Center of Anoka-Ramsey Community College to adapt her excellent Online Tutor Training Project for our college.

PEOPLE TO CONTACT
Counseling & Advising
763-433-1230

Academic Support Center (Tutoring)
Cambridge Campus
763-433-1990

Coon Rapids Campus
763-433-1190