a professional in the organization who has contributed with distinction to undergraduate student development through promoting collaborative learning among peer tutors in writing.
Such leadership may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, including but not limited to:
- the individual's record in bringing peer tutors to present at the Conference
- service to the organization through hosting the Conference, serving as program chair, leading in the search for future sites, etc.
- aiding students in the assumption of increasing responsibility for their learning
- fostering leadership skills among peer tutors
- showing evidence of leadership in collaborative learning on one's home campus
- developing innovative peer tutoring programs in the home community
- in general, welcoming and meeting new challenges in leading a center guided by a collaborative learning philosophy
I have a video put together of it that I will be pushing out on the PeerCentered podcast soon.