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Tutoring Enrollment

ATTENTION!!! Before enrollment into tutoring, a parent/guardian must register each K-12 learner by completing the Family/Teacher Intake Form. This form should only be completed once per child. After the intake form is complete, you may enroll at the bottom of this page for the tutoring section(s) listed below.

Family/Teacher Intake Form

CSU Faculty Intake Form
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CSU Student Intake Form

Open Sessions:

Open sessions allow for tutoring options outside of our regularly scheduled classes. These open sessions are facilitated through CLC staff and taught by CSU students studying in the College of Education. These sessions are now available to all students.

Hours:

Monday: 4-5 PM

Wednesday: 5-6 PM

Saturday: 11 AM-12 PM

Sunday: 3-4 PM

Zoom Meeting ID: 844 0506 3209

If you select a course that is already full you will be automatically placed on the waitlist for that course

Course Descriptions

​​​​​​​All Sessions are Remote for Spring 2021

ECE 412/512: Grades K-6 - FULL - WAITLIST ONLY​​​​​​​

Wednesdays 6:00-6:45 (2/24/21-4/14/21)

Instructor: Grace Huang

LIMITED TIME AVAILABILITY. In this course, CSU education students will provide tutoring support for elementary level learners based on their needs. Each session will last 30-45 minutes and will be offered remotely. Family participation requirement: Parents or primary caregivers will participate in 2-3 meetings or interviews with CSU students and discuss the children's progress and family's parenting and family-school relation experiences. Parents/caregivers should plan to be present for the first meeting on 2/24/21.  NOTE THE February 24th STARTING DATE.

 

EUT 306: Grades 7-12 - NOW ENROLLING​​​​​​​

Thursdays 3:00-4:00 (1/28/21-4/22/21)

Instructor: Marketa President

Students will design and implement instructional activities informed by their understanding of what it means to know and learn English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Foreign Language, then evaluate the outcomes of those activities on the basis of student artifacts (i.e., what students say, do, or create). An important focus of the course is on building awareness and understanding of equity issues and their effects on learning. This session is geared toward middle and high school students working on ELA, social studies, and foreign languages. NOTE THE JANUARY 28th STARTING DATE.​​​​​​​

 

ESE 351: Grades K-12 - FULL - WAITLIST ONLY

Tuesdays/Thursdays 10:30-11:15 (2/2/21-4/30/21)
Instructor: Amanda L. Yurick

Students work one on one or in small groups with a CSU student to improve academic skills using evidence-based approaches. Grades K-12 and all academic area needs accepted. Must attend both Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students with more intensive academic needs and students with learning disabilities are encouraged to enroll. NOTE THE FEBRUARY 2nd STARTING DATE.​​​​​​​

 

EDB 241/242: Grade K-8 - NOW ENROLLING

Mondays/Wednesdays 1:30-2:15 (2/1/21-4/28/21)
Instructors: Molly Feghali and Rachel Chapman

For students Kindergarten through eighth grade, homework help is avalable. This will be provided in one-on-one support, with teacher candidates working closely with grades K-8 students. In addition to working with students on completing homework assignments, teachers candidates are prepared to make the time together enjoyable and engaging. Must attend both Mondays and Wednesdays. The sessions will be 45 minutes in length. NOTE THE FEBRUARY 1st STARTING DATE.

 

EDB 241/242: Grade K-8 - FULL - WAITLIST ONLY

Tuesdays/Thursdays 2:15-3:00 (2/9/21-3/16/21)
Instructors: Heather B. Hill and Carmine Stewart

Homework help for students from kindergarten to eighth grade. CSU students will provide one-to-one support, in reading, math, science, and social studies.  In addition to working with students on completing homework assignments, tutors are prepared to make the time together enjoyable and engaging.  The sessions will be 45 minutes in length. Must attend both Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students should be prepared to share screen to show their homework assignments. NOTE THE FEBRUARY 9th STARTING DATE.

 

EDB 241/242: Grade K-8 (Two Sections)

Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:00-9:45 (2/9/21-3/18/21) - FULL - WAITLIST ONLY
Tuesdays/Thursdays 10:00-10:45 (2/9/21-3/18/21)​​​​​​​
Instructors: Doug Heuer and Heidi Rock

Homework help for students from kindergarten to eighth grade. CSU students will provide one-to-one support, in reading, math, science, and social studies.  In addition to working with students on completing homework assignments, tutors are also prepared to attend to the social and emotional dimensions of learning. Must attend both Tuesdays and Thursdays Students should be prepared to share screen to show their homework assignments. NOTE THE FEBRUARY 9th STARTING DATE.

 

EDB 241/242: Grade K-3

Mondays 10:00-10:45 (3/1/21-4/5/21)
Instructors: Glenda Toneff-Cotner

Pre-service CSU education students will work with K-3 learners, providing help in homework assignments and/or literacy. Sessions will be held on Mondays 10:00-10:45 am. There will be 2-3 CSU students working with one K-3 learner. While one CSU student is providing direct service, the others will be observing and reflecting. NOTE THE MARCH 1st STARTING DATE.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

 

STOP!!! Have you filled out a Family Intake Form? You MUST complete the Family Intake Form in order to proceed with registration for the tutoring sections. If you do not complete the Family Intake Form registration will not be complete. 

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Statement of Attendance Policy
​​​​​​​Our center is constructed to promote a mutually beneficial and cooperative learning experience for K-12 learners and preservice educators within the College of Education and Human Services at CSU. In order for everyone to maximally benefit from this arrangement, consistent attendance is necessary. In order for our tutors to fulfill their course requirements, they must engage in a certain number of instructional hours and activities. In the event that your child's tutor is absent, he or she will be able to work with the tutor's class partner, who will serve as a substitute. The partner arrangement helps to ensure that the learners engage with the same two tutors throughout the semester. Tutors should have no more than two absences. Similarly, we ask that families commit to no more than two absence per semester and minimize lateness when possible. Please contact the CLC as soon as possible in the event of an absence or lateness. We appreciate your attention to this important policy. 

Please complete family intake form only one time per child.