Tutor Training Library

The design of the Tutor Training Library is informed by interviews with over 20 practitioners and researchers. Based on this input, the Tutor Training Library can be filtered in a number of different ways:

  • Primary audience: Tutoring materials can be filtered by the intended audience including tutors, caregivers, teachers, etc.
  • Topic area: Training materials can be filtered by each topic area identified in the Training Topic Guidance section:
    • Tutoring Basics
    • Building Relationships
    • Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education
    • Data and Assessment 
    • Instruction and Session Structure
    • Supporting the Whole Child/Social Emotional Learning
    • Content-Specific
      • Elementary Literacy
      • Secondary Literacy
      • Elementary Math
      • Secondary Math
      • Elementary and Secondary Math
  • Element: Training materials can be filtered by the relevant elements of high-impact tutor training
  • Length: Training materials can be filtered by the length of the session or module. 
  • Developer: Training materials can be filtered by whether the training was designed by a researcher or a practitioner. 
  • Tutoring provider: Training materials can be filtered by the tutoring provider that developed the materials.

Additionally, materials can be filtered by the characteristics of the tutoring program that contributed the training. This can be useful, particularly if you seek training from tutoring programs with specific design elements. The elements that are available for filtering include: 

  • State of operation: The state in which the tutoring program operates
  • Tutor type: The type of tutor that delivers student instruction (teachers, volunteers, university students, etc.) 
  • Dosage: The number of sessions per week that students receive tutoring
  • Subject area/focus: The subject area focus of the tutoring program 
  • Grade level: The target grade level of the tutoring program
  • Setting: Whether the tutoring program takes place during school or after school
  • Modality: Whether the tutoring program provides its services virtually or in person
  • Tutor-to-student ratio: The ratio of tutors to students 
  • Program evidence impact: The degree of evidence for the tutoring program 

We welcome additional training contributions; providers can also request to retire or exchange any training already included in this library. Please use this form to add or request changes to existing content.