Search This Blog

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tutoring Center-Tutor (2016-2017)

Skills Needed to Perform Job:  An “A” in Course and Faculty recommendation.  Good communication and interpersonal skills.  Must display a caring and compassionate attitude toward others students. Must be a WVU-P student.

Descriptions of Duties: 

·        Tutor subject/subjects recommended by faculty. 

·        Tutor group, individual, or drop-in sessions.

·        Attend tutor training meetings.

·        Tutor keeps daily notes of each tutoring sessions.  These records include attendance, progress of tutees, and content area tutored.

·        Tutor documents each group and each individual tutoring session on the lined Student Record paper. Notes are made of material covered, absences, and evaluation of tutees’ efforts and progress.

·        Keeps supervisor informed concerning any change in tutee’s status, such as a reassignment of a tutor or a class withdrawal.  Tutors inform supervisor when tutee needs removed from group session and given individual tutoring.

·        Tutor refers to Faculty Resource book to schedule appointments with individual faculty member when necessary.

·        Tutors may cancel a session, but they must notify supervisor before the absence in a timely manner.

·        At the end of each semester or when tutees discontinue tutoring services, tutors request that their tutees fill out an Exit Survey; the surveys are filled out in the Center to ensure that they are completed and returned.  The surveys serve as an evaluation of the tutor and Center’s services.

·        Tutors receive evaluations each semester.