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Tutor Training

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Transcript of Tutor Training

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Goals for Training
Full domain model
Operation Contasts
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Tutoring your Student
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Tutoring your
Student
System Sequance Diagrm
Tutoring your Student
Reinforcing Learning
Meet & Greet!
Discuss expectations
Tutoring strategies
Listen to tutor experiences
Thank You!
Engineering Tutor Training
Yma E. Revuelta, M.Ed.
Academic Advising Coordinator
Engineering Student Services
Reinforcing
Learning
Setting up Your Session
Tone of voice & non-verbal communication
Establishing rapport with your tutee(s)
Complaints about professor, TA, or another tutor
Setting the agenda for the session, and why?
What if your tutee doesn't know where to start and/or doesn't have a clear understanding of the problem?
What if your tutee(s) asks you to do their homework?
Setting & communicating realistic expectations
LET'S HEAR FROM THE EOE TUTORS

How can you determine what your tutee(s) know and doesn't know about the material?
What do you do when you find your tutee(s) lack pre-req knowledge?
What do you do if your tutee(s) ask you a qeustion you cannot answer?
How much time should you provide the tutee(s) to answer a question?
What resources can you use? Are these resources your tutee(s) should use?
What should you do if the tutee tells you that your explaination is different than what the professor taught?
Why is it important for the tutee to summarize what has been learned?
What are the differences between genuine and false feedback?
What can you tell your tutee(s) about proceeding on their own?
In what ways can you model appropriate learning strategies?
What can you do to end on a positive note?
What activies can you do to improve your tutoring skills?
Let's hear from our veteran tutors!
Setting up Your Session
GOALS:
Assist students struggling with course content
Create small group tutoring culture
BENEFITS TO THE TUTOR:
Practice what you've learned
Opportunity to help others
Looks great on a resume
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
3:1 Tutoring
3 tutees MAX per 1 tutor
ALL appointment-based
Sunday - Thursday
8:30 - 11:00 pm.
Kinsolving Dining Hall
Courses Tutored
CH 301
CH 302
M 408C
M 408D
M 408K, M 408L, M 408M,
M 427K
PHY 303K
PHY 303L
E E 302
WELCOME COCKRELL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TUTORS!
Let's begin!
Tutor Responsibilities
Tutor up to 3 students
hour long appointments
two hour long sessions/per night
clean up/pack up/shut down
Tutor exam reviews
Scheduled throughout semester
ATTENDANCE
Attendance is expected
Be on-time for your appointments
Absences
Notify Yma of academic absences such as exams (in advance)
Notify Yma ASAP if you are ill and cannot work
Must make arrangements for coverage
Timesheets
New Student Employee Checklist
http://www.utexas.edu/hr/student/new_student_employee_checklist.html
Online Scheduler
Try on your own!
Starting Your Session
How does your tone of voice influence your meeting?
Non-verbal communication: can it help or hurt?
Should you approach each student the same way?
What should you do if the tutee starts complaining about the TA or Professor?
What do you do if your tutee doesn't know where to start?
What if you're asked to do their homework?
EXPECTATIONS
Accountability:
Punctual
Responsible
Reliable
Trustworthy
Professionalism:
Approachable
Helpful
Service
Integrity
https://apps.engr.utexas.edu/tutoring
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