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Lake Washington Institute of Technology    
  Feb 20, 2018
Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HMDS 124 Tutor Training II

1 credits
Course two in a three course sequence designed to enhance students’ skills and abilities as effective tutors through experiential learning and meeting the guidelines for Level II Tutor certification prescribed by the College Reading and Learning Association.

Prerequisites: HMDS 114  or instructor permission.

Student Outcomes/Competencies:
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Articulate the roles and responsibilities of a TRiO project tutor
  • Research, identify and share outside academic skills resources
  • Define cognitive, affective, and psychomotor styles of learning
  • Implement and interpret the needs assessment process to gather information on  students’ learning style(s)
  • Conceptualize a study skills plan for tutees and model effective study skills techniques
  • Analyze ways in which students learn uniquely and how we can accommodate these differences in the development of learning/tutoring experiences
  • Identify and apply tutoring strategies and active learning techniques based on individual styles of learning
  • Assess and evaluate students’ learning of specific content through ‘Classroom Assessment Techniques’
  • Model effective conflict resolution skills
  • Identify resources available to students in need of referrals
  • Model different approaches when working in various tutoring situations, present research on available resources, and discuss individualized learning plans