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  • BSU TRIO web site

  • TRIO Programs in the United States

  • Tips on Tutoring 
    This site sponsored by San Francisco School Volunteers, invites others to view tips on tutoring and effective ways to work with students

  • Letter: BSU TRIO students and parents are sent the following letter alerting them to BSU's peer tutoring program. You are invited to use it as a template or inspiration:

  • Sample form verifying tutor time spent tutoring a peer 

General references to peer tutoring:
     The Northwest Regional Educational Lab in it's School Improvement Research Series (SIRS)  shares research on Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring, by Page Kalkowski, including research on why peer tutoring succeeds, on implementation, and additional references. 
     In Cross-Age and Peer Tutoring, Robert L. Thomas shares thoughts on why peer tutoring programs are effective and critical ingredients for peer tutoring programs. 
From ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication Digest #78


Sue Huizinga, TRIO Director, can provide more information about BSU TRIO Programs

Sue Huizinga, Director, Upward Bound and Educational Talent Search, Boise State University, 
Mailing Address: 1910 University Drive, Boise ID 83725
Physical Address: 1105 B Grant St.
Phone: 208.426.3572

Tia Short can provide more information about Peer Tutoring. Use the same mailing address as above. 
Phone: 208.890.9441

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