Skills You'll Develop as a Tutor
- Learning Effective Teaching Methods
- Practicing Learner-Centered Instruction
- Motivating Students
- Setting Goals and Learning Outcomes
- Strengthening Your Content Knowledge
How to Apply to Tutor for Spring 2018
Both graduate and undergraduate students can apply to be an LAC tutor. Use the links on the right in the menu titled 'Job Openings' to access full job descriptions.
Contact person: Deborah vanDommelen, Director Email: email@example.com
Complete and return the application packet to one of the following:
- the LAC reception area, HSS 348 or
the following address:
Office of Undergraduate Studies, ADM 447
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco, CA 94132
Requirement for First Semester Tutors
AU 697/796, Tutoring Across Disciplines, is a required three-unit, semester-long course designed to support new LAC tutors in their development at the LAC. Over the course of the semester, tutors explore best practices by studying academic and practical approaches to tutoring and teaching while gaining hands-on tutoring experience with SFSU students. Weekly reading and writing assignments as well as a final culminating project are required. Class meets once per week.
Reading/Writing/ Study Skills seminar meets Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00 pm with Karen Wiederholt.
Math/Sciences/Study Skills seminar meets Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00 pm with Peter Ingmire.