||Accessing A Peer Tutor|
The intent of Peer Tutoring is to help students help themselves, or to assist or guide them to the point at which they become an independent learner, and thus no longer need a tutor. The primary goal is to assist with troublesome content areas and identify skills necessary to complete complex assignments. Check out this video to learn more about the LAC location and resources
Tutors are available on a DROP-IN basis to provide tutoring in all subject areas where there is a high need. Tutors are available after the first week of classes and students are encouraged to begin utilizing this assistance early in the semester. Primary content areas for tutoring include Math, Writing, and General Education Core Sciences.
Qualified peer tutors await your arrival to assist you in clarifying problems, developing critical thinking, and comprehending challenging subjects. Tutors can be identified by yellow vests with an orange "tutors at work" diamond logo.
Follow these steps to get assistance from a Peer Tutor:
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Phone: (208) 733-9554 - Toll free: 1-800-680-0274 (Idaho & Nevada)
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