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Resources for Tutors and Students

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Good job, the answer is correct! Happy mid adult teacher giving a friendly handshake to teenage boy on a class. Focus is on teacher. back to school college faculty stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images

 

 

A great resource for both your tutors and students is:

 

 http://www.howtostudy.org

 

 

 Thanks, Lucy.

 

 

A Dozen Teaching Strategies Tutors Use to Advance Student Learning 

 

https://www.superprof.co.uk/blog/tips-for-tutors-12-teaching-strategies-for-effective-learning/

 

 

A Guide to Excellent Tutoring

 

https://www.cmu.edu/gelfand/education/cmu-students/tutoring-guide/index.html

      

I. General Guidelines for Tutors

  • Getting Started
  • Student Learning & Ownership
  • Structure & Routines
  • Process
  • Working towards Independence
  • Behavior Management and Bullying

II. Tutoring as Mentoring

  • Tutor-Student Relationship
  • Make it Fun & Make it Friendly
  • Communication & Active Listening
  • Trouble with Homework
  • Trust-Building

III. One-on-One Tutoring

  • Evaluation of Needs
  • Opportunities for Success
  • Right and Wrong Responses
  • Communication with Parents & Teachers

IV. Cultural Sensitivity & Awareness

V. Tutor Self-Care

VI. Do's and Dont's

 

 

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