L2L’s free peer tutoring program helps Canadian children and youth to overcome academic challenges, develop important leadership skills, and build networks to support their future success. L2L Trainers are a fundamental component of the L2L program, providing students with training to help them develop the skills they need to effectively tutor their peers.
What do L2L Trainers do?
As key members of the L2L team, L2L Trainers deliver tutor training, support School Coordinators with the implementation of peer tutoring sessions, lead review sessions, support data collection, and collaborate with School Coordinators and L2L staff to ensure the success of the program.
Profile of L2L Trainer
Are you interested in becoming an L2L Trainer?
Real stories, Real impact…
The best way [to learn] something is to teach to it.
– Lara Ocalan
Not only did my tutee learn how to take on individual homework questions,...she [became] proficient in math and developed a passion and confidence in herself.
– Frederick Sulowski
Celebrate our 20th Anniversary by giving students access to the L2L Program
Frequently asked questions
The L2L program model is simple and flexible, which makes it easily adaptable to suit the particular needs of any given school. The following 4 core elements are common to every school:
- 2-3 tutor training sessions with an L2L trainer
- 10 hours of one-on-one peer-tutoring sessions
- Group review and debrief meetings between L2L tutors and trainers after intervals of 3, 6 and 10 tutoring sessions
- Final celebration and certificate distribution ceremony
L2L Trainers have a passion for learning and for helping others, are creative problem solvers, and believe that all students can succeed under the right conditions with appropriate support. Relevant experience includes
– Experience teaching in a classroom/group setting
– Leadership Development Training
– Knowledge of Multiple Intelligences, Mindsets and Learning Styles
If you are interested in becoming an L2L Trainer, contact us at info@L2L.ca