By: Sophie Craciunescu
Photo Credit: Sang Ha Baek
Peer Tutoring is back at MD!
With meetings every Wednesday at lunch in room 108, Peer Tutoring is a great way to get involved in the Mustang community.
Tutors will receive volunteer hours for every session they attend!
Tutoring is a simple method of gaining teaching and leadership experience, while helping students in need. It also develops time management and organization skills, as tutors must be on top of their own school work as well.
Being tutored helps students further understand concepts taught in class and working with other students makes understanding material easier. Students often benefit from the one-on-one help and casual atmosphere of the sessions.
Tutors will go in depth on key course concepts and help students learn in effective ways tailored to their learning style.
A statement from the club president, Kacy Bao:
“Peer Tutoring is a club created BY students, FOR students. It is an amazing opportunity not just for students who excel in classes to tutor their peers and gain volunteer hours for it, but it also gives students who need a little help in certain subjects the one-on-one guidance that may not always be made available in the classroom. The club values fostering positive relations (no question is a bad question!), challenges students to think outside the box, and you never know, you may make a friend or two in the matching process!”
If you are interested in becoming a tutor scan the QR code below:
If you are interested in becoming a tutee scan the QR code below:
Student lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher lead: email@example.com