Tutoring Services

The College of Education, Health and Human Services and the IRC have teamed up to provide tutoring services for EHHS students.

As of Spring 2022, all tutoring services are provided in person at the Instructional Resource Center located in White Hall, Room 221. Special arrangements for virtual tutoring may be made for students attending branch campuses. Please contact Hannah Harnichar hharnich_stu@kent.edu with any questions.

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Supported courses include:

  • Education courses:
    • Educational Technology
    • Introduction to Exceptionalities
    • Basic Mathematical Concepts I/II
    • Effective Use of Phonics in Reading
    • ASD Theory and Diagnosis 
    • Inclusive Practices
    • Plan/Program Transitions
    • Characteristics: Mild/Moderate
    • Characteristics: Moderate/Intensive
    • Teaching Mathematics in Early and Middle Grades
    • Developmental Reading and Writing in the Early Years
    • Issues and Trends in Social Studies Education
  • Math courses:
    • Basic Algebra I & II
    • Explorations in Modern Mathematics
  • Language courses:
    • Elementary Italian I
    • Elementary Japanese I
    • Elementary French II
    • Fundamental English Grammar
    • Linguistics
  • History & Geography courses:
    • World History: Ancient and Medieval
    • World History: Modern
    • Early America: From Pre-Colonization to Civil War and Reconstruction
    • Modern America: From Industrialization to Globalization
    • World Geography
    • Human Geography
    • Geography of Europe
  • Psychology courses:
    • General Psychology
    • Educational Psychology
  • Science courses:
    • Seven Ideas that Shook the Universe
    • Earth and Life Through Time
    • Life on Planet Earth
    • Biological Diversity
  • Miscellaneous courses:
    • College Writing I & II
    • Introduction to Human Communication
    • Understanding Architecture
    • Colloquium in Women's Studies
    • Health Care Needs for Individuals with Disabilities
    • American Politics
    • Art as a World Phenomenon
    • Media, Power and Culture