Resiliency in Action: To Adapt, Persevere, and Succeed Despite Adversity
By: Christine Kane, Adjunct Professor at USD and Associate Provost at the San Diego Global Vision Academy, and Aja Booker, 5th/6th grade teacherat the San Diego Global Vision Academy, created the following presentation to train USD students on working with the local K-12 community.
Tutor Strategies: Teaching Reading, Math, and Writing with teaching strategies (such as behavior management and assessment tips built it).
By: Carrie Hasler, 2nd grade teacher at Francis Parker Lower School, previous Title 1 school teacher, art teacher, and adult educator created the folowing presentation to train USD's Youth to College training.
- Reading for Meaning: Tutoring Elementary Students to Enhance Comprehension
By: Akimi Gibson (2004)
- Cambridge School Volunteers: Tutoring Tips & Resources
- USD's Center for Community Service-Learning (CSL) Tutoring Tips
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Tips for Tutors
- Positive Behavior Management Techniques
- Peggy McIntosh’s full article Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
Peggy McIntosh is an American anti-racist activist, a speaker and the founder and co-director of the National S.E.E.D. Project on Inclusive Curriculum (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity).
- Reflection Resources
This resource packages was put together by Cenetr for Community Service-Learning staff to provide tools on how to lead reflections and how to reflect on your own community engagement experience
- Site Coordinator Role & Responsibility
If you would like to get a feel for what the role of the Site Coordinators in the Youth to College entails, the attached document includes an overview of their important role.