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by Patricia S Koskinen

  • ISBN: 0807726834
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  • Author: Patricia S Koskinen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University (1982)
  • Pages: 56
  • ePub book: 1583 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1611 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Be a Great Tutor is as warm, encouraging, and clear in its advice as one would hope a tutor to b. I am a school teacher and a tutor, and I have found this book to be very helpful

Be a Great Tutor is as warm, encouraging, and clear in its advice as one would hope a tutor to be. I recommend this book for seasoned classroom teachers as well as for tutors who are just starting out. It offers gems for all levels of experience. -Susan Gold, MA, high school teacher. I am a school teacher and a tutor, and I have found this book to be very helpful. Not only does it take you through tutoring different subjects, but it also provides examples that one can use in her own tutoring sessions. There really isn't another book like it out there.

Tutoring, a guide for success (Tutoring series). by Patricia S Koskinen. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780807726839 (978-0-8077-2683-9) Softcover, Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1982. Learn More at LibraryThing. Patricia S Koskinen at LibraryThing.

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Tutoring: A Guide for Success. Developing a Successful Tutoring Program. Patricia S. Koskinen and Robert M. Wilson. If you're planning to initiate and maintain a tutoring program in your school, this book and its two supple mentary booklets offer practical, step-by-step procedures. The short chapters provide concise guidelines on: getting started, recruiting and selecting tutors and tutees, administering the program, training tutors, and maintaining the program.

Reading tutoring is supplemental reading practice that occurs outside of the school reading curriculum. It usually has some type of consistent structure and can take place at a school, a tutoring center, or at home. The tutor can be a professional, paraprofessional, volunteer, or family member. Reading Tutoring can be used for all ages, and is dependent on reading ability and/or level.

This booklet is about tutoring Everyone can be a tutor-everybody can help somebody with something. Praise for success with particularly hard problems or tasks. Praise for self-correction.

This booklet is about tutoring. Tutoring can be defined as peo-ple who are not professional teachers helping and supporting the learning of others in an interactive, purposeful and sys-tematic way. Tutors could include parents or other adult car-ers, brothers and sisters, other students from the peer group, and various kinds of volunteers. Everyone can be a tutor-everybody can help somebody with something. In helping others to learn, tutors often learn themselves. Tutoring is a very old practice. Praise for increasing time-span without error.

A tutor provides expertise, experience, and encouragement Tutors should not be expected to diagnose learning disabilities

A tutor provides expertise, experience, and encouragement. They do not provide "answers," but rather assist in problem solving, in getting answers. The challenge is to focus on assignments within the context they are assigned. Tutors should not be expected to diagnose learning disabilities. Diagnosis should take place outside of the tutoring process by a professional academic counselor. If a larger problem becomes apparent, referral is the best strategy. Tutoring strategies: Seek out training to be a more effective tutor: This includes subject matter as well as the tutoring procedures.