Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring


 About Peer Tutoring:

 

Course Outcomes

As a result of this class students will know, understand and be able to do the following: 

  1. Increase your knowledge of causes and characteristics of a given disability.
  2. Developed a variety of strategies and techniques for working with people with disabilities in different settings.
  3. Increase you knowledge/awareness of some of the challenges and issues facing people with disabilities.
  4. Develop a positive/personal philosophy regarding individuals with disabilities.

 

Course Description

As a peer tutor, you will be working closely with students in the adaptive support center (ASC) and support center (SC) classrooms, assisting them with academics, life skills, social skills, and community experiences.  This course is designed to provide you with a philosophy for working and interacting with people with disabilities.

 


Documents: check for official due dates in the classroom.


 

What former Peer Tutors have said:

-"This is my favorite class!"

-"I only came to school because of this class and these students."

-"I didn't know what to expect I love this class."

-"I am so sad to leave I am going to miss everyone."

-"I am going to come back and visit after I graduate because I am going to miss these students." 

 

  


 

Facts about Disabilities

http://www.easterseals.com/washington/explore-resources/facts-about-disabilities/