Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice
Case 10. Strengthening Tutoring Communities with “They Say / I Say” Lori Walters-Kramer and Bridget Draxler
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STRENGTHENING TUTORING COMMUNITIES WITH “THEY SAY / I SAY”
Lori Walters-Kramer and Bridget Draxler
The authors share a successful idea that helped to build community between written and spoken communication peer tutors when they were placed structurally within one center on campus. They recommend building reciprocity between speaking and writing tutors by co-training the staff using shared materials, in their case “They Say / I Say,” which is equally relevant for spoken as well as written rhetoric.
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