Science & Math Peer Tutoring

Science & Math Peer Tutors at a training session

Science & Math Peer Tutoring is a pilot project in academic peer education at SFU. The project is a collaboration between faculty in the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics and the SFU Peer Education program. Volunteer peer tutors provide support for select science and math classes on a drop-in basis. Peer tutoring in Physics began in the Fall of 2014. The peer tutoring program expanded to include Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics in the Spring of 2016.

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Physics Peer Tutors L-R: Sandeep, Sairvan and Alex

Peer Tutoring in Physics began in the Fall of 2014 with four undergraduate tutors. The same four tutors returned for Fall 2015.

Physics Peer Tutoring is part of the SFU Peer Education Program. More information can be found here:

Project Lead: Sarah D. Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Physics, Dewey Fellow, Institute for the Study of Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines Contact Info:, X23978

The Spring 2016 Science and Math Peer Tutors