• Shady Tiger

    Cross-Age Tutoring
    Cross-Age Tutoring is designed to give the student real life experience working with young students in a tutoring setting.  The student receives instruction and mentoring to broaden his/her range of competencies and experiences in the areas of tutoring, communication and mentoring roles. The objective of Cross-Age Tutoring is to achieve personal growth in the areas of communication, working in a classroom setting, and understanding their behavior and how it affects the mentor relationship.
     
    Goals:
    1. Improve Communication and interaction skills
    2. Gain experience working as a classroom tutor.
    3. Gain an understanding of his/her behavior and the behavior of others.
    4. Work with elementary age students and teachers in a classroom setting.
    Marina Fonseca-Villa
    Faculty Representative
    Phone:  760-290-2555 ext. 3511
     
Last Modified on September 29, 2009