Library & Learning Crossroads Building
Room 5130 (1st Floor)
Summer 2018 hours
F - CLOSED
Fall 2018 hours
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CAS Student Learning Outcomes/Program Learning Outcomes
Overall CAS Program Learning Outcomes
- The CAS creates a supportive learning environment in which the entire campus community (including students, classified staff, faculty, and administrators) feels valued and welcome.
- The CAS provides relevant, accessible, and well-utilized academic support programs and services to the campus community.
- The CAS provides accurate, widespread, and comprehensive information about the academic support programs and services it offers.
- Students who utilize the CAS learn skills and concepts that they can apply to the classes in which they are enrolled, ultimately leading to improved success rates.
Tutor Training Student Learning Outcomes
- Beginning peer educators apply quality tutoring techniques (e.g. HoM, RA, Growth Mindset, rapport building, boundary setting, learning and study skills, culturally responsive tutoring techniques) when working with tutees in a 1 to 1, small group, and/or course-embedded setting.
- Intermediate peer educators apply advanced tutoring techniques (e.g. lesson planning, speech delivery, student engagement techniques, and group work) when working with groups of tutees.
- Intermediate peer educators apply advanced tutoring techniques to assist faculty in creating and leading weekly workshops and presentations.
- Advanced peer educators synthesize previous tutor training lessons in order to assist faculty and staff in planning, updating, and facilitating future tutor training.
- All peer educators (beginning, intermediate, and advanced) synthesize knowledge gained from tutor training in order to recursively, continuously improve their leadership and tutoring skills.