ENGR 111 and 112 Help Sessions

Peer teachers are undergraduate students who have successfully completed the first year courses in mathematics, science and engineering. They participate in the class and share the value of what the students are learning and the reasonableness of the workload with the faculty teaching the course. They work to build strong and trusting relationships with the students by mentoring and help expose the students to a broader perspective of their learning processes. This is accomplished by helping students during in-class activities, providing outside class support (tutoring, pre-exam review sessions, mentoring, etc.) and providing feedback about course related issues to other members of the instructional team.

Each semester peer teachers are provided for the following freshman level Engineering courses.

  • ENGR 111 - Foundations of Engineering I
  • ENGR 112 - Foundations of Engineering II

ENGR 111/112 Peer Teacher Help Session

DayTimeLocation
Mondays-Thursdays 7:15 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. EABC 118

For more information, please contact:

Ms. Carol Broach
Freshman Engineering Program Office
417 CE/TTI Building
3127 - Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3127
Phone: 979-845-4050
E-mail: cbroach@tamu.edu