TUTOR TRAINING RESOURCES
Schools of Hope is invested in training all of our volunteers so they can be comfortable and effective as tutors. We offer training in many different ways so all tutors can access the types of training they need to be successful.
Schools of Hope Tutor Handbook – This tutoring handbook includes details about Schools of Hope and vital information for volunteers.
Community-wide Tutor Trainings: Throughout the year, we offer occasional evening training opportunities. These training sessions, led by school district staff, will feature a variety of workshop topics. Tutor Coordinators at individual schools will inform tutors when a new Community-wide Tutor Training will be offered.
Schools of Hope Tutor Training Videos: Four videos can be found on our YouTube Channel. The first video is about Getting Started as a tutor. The second video is for those tutors working with younger students (K-3). For tutors working with older students (4th and 5th graders) the third video is very useful. The fourth video, Word Work, provides useful tips for helping build literacy skills and for starting a tutoring session.
Madison Metropolitan School District Video Trainings: On this web site you’ll find training videos and links with helpful information that can make your tutoring experience easier, more effective, and more enjoyable. You can choose from the topics below to explore the Literacy, Homeless and Highly Mobile Students, and Positive Behavior Support tutoring resources.
UPCOMING TUTOR TRAINING
The next Tutoring Network Training will be in January 23, 2020 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at Wright Middle School (1717 Fish Hatchery Road). To learn more, visit their website by clicking here! No preregistration is required and there is no cost to attend.
The next Sun Prairie Area School District Tutor Training will be TBD