Students interested in developing communication and leadership skills while providing academic assistance to peers are welcome to apply as Peer Tutors. Peer Tutors work online and in-person (by request) and are paid $16.55 per hour.
For faculty: If you would like to request a tutor for your program, please email the SLC Coordinator, Evgeniya Minakova at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For students: Peer Tutoring accepts applications to be a tutor on an ongoing basis. If your professor has requested that you apply to be a tutor now in order to fill a specific need, please email the SLC Coordinator, Evgeniya Minakova at email@example.com to apply; include the name of the referring professor.
Looking to become a tutor? We are now accepting peer tutor applications for Fall 2023. The application portal will remain open, and we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis based on demand for tutors in specific programs.
Tutors are enrolled in the Peer Tutoring course in Brightspace where they can find all necessary information and resources related to onboarding, training, tutoring, submitting hours in Workday, etc.
These policies cover the expectations, requirements and restrictions for peer tutoring and are posted on the Peer Tutoring website. Click on each item below to view the details.
Students are expected to follow the Algonquin College policy on student conduct (SA 07 – Student Conduct), which states that “all students and prospective students will conduct themselves in a manner that respects the rights of all members of the College Community and College property.”
Under SA 07- Student Conduct, Misconduct includes, but is not limited to, “Assault, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment and/or other conduct, which result in members of the College Community perceiving threat or danger.” Please see the full policy for a more complete list of actions that are considered Misconduct.
This policy defines the format and expectations of peer tutoring sessions.
This policy outlines the payment expectations for tutoring.
This policy explains the guidelines for paying for tutoring using a sponsorship.
This policy outlines the requirements for tutees when requesting peer tutoring appointments and what happens after a tutee has requested a tutoring session.
Tutees/Tutors can see their session requests and accepted bookings in the Calendar in the Peer Tutoring Booking system.
If a tutor would like to receive tutoring, they must inform the SLC Coordinator, Evgeniya Minakova, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This policy defines what constitutes as a no-show and explains the consequences for tutees or tutors when they fail to arrive/attend a scheduled appointment.
This policy outlines the expectations for tutees and tutors when cancelling an appointment.
This policy includes information for students interested in becoming a tutor.
If a student (tutee or tutor) wishes to appeal the application of an SLC policy or express a concern regarding an unsatisfactory experience, they must contact the SLC Coordinator, Evgeniya Minakova, at email@example.com.
The Coordinator will connect with the student to discuss the situation in detail and determine an appropriate course of action.
Click on a question to see the answer below.
Watch the video and read the instructions on this Zoom article about Sharing your screen.
Tip: you can annotate on your own shared screen or a tutee's screen they share.
Read more info here: Using annotation tools on a shared screen or whiteboard.
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