GUIDELINES

June 1, 2004 | Comments Off

GUIDELINES FOR USING PEER WRITING TUTORS IN FIRST-YEAR SEMINARS AND COLLEGE WRITING COURSES

  1. Peer tutors assigned to writing intensive courses may work up to 60 hours during the semester. Those hours may be distributed among the following paid activities: attending classes, attending scheduled meetings with the instructor (scheduled Writing Program meetings are also paid but do not count in the 60-hour limit), conferring with students on their writing outside of class time.

  2. It is the responsibility of the writing tutor to keep a record of hours worked and to submit time on Banner and log sheets every two weeks to the Head Peer Writing Tutor (Sophia Reljanovic).
  3. The instructor and the tutor should meet regularly to share insights and to coordinate their roles and their expectations. Before the tutor meets with students to confer on writing, both the instructor and the tutor should agree on the tutor

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