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How to Become Good Tuition Tutor

As a Good Tuition Tutor, you become a person who likes to assist the Student in Learning. You teach and guide your student how to do the work. You should not do the work for the student but make sure you show the student and let him practises a few times.

Ways of Effective Tutoring

In order to become an effective tuition tutor, you need to set priorities and develop a scheme of work plans for each particular student.

You need to know the subject syllabus and follow the scheme of work plans. You need to learn good tutoring techniques. Understand the student expectation and yours. Mutually agreed on the rules set with the student and follow accordingly. 
Do not be afraid to say that you don't know the answer to a question. Offer to help the student find the answer in the next lesson. During the tuition period, listen closely to the student and observe that you understand the question/ assignment before you help the student. Praise the student at each opportunity arises. It is important to give good feedback or praise the student. It does motivate the student.

Refer to: "88 ways to praise a child"

For example: Wow, Fantastic! I knew you could do it. Outstanding Performance! You’re Superb.

Tutoring the Student with Planned Effort

Each student has a certain learning habit and style. Some students learn best in the early morning at 5am and other in the afternoon 5pm. Of-coarse, some like the night period. You also need to understand the differences between you and the student. 

Student in Secondary Normal Technical (Sec NT) and those in the Integrated Program (IP) are far difference. Those in IP, if you cannot match with them then don't be afraid to tell their parents. The student needs to another tutor who can teach IP syllabus. 

It is important to know that a tutor does not have to diagnose learning disabilities. If you suspect that a student has a learning disability (Dyslexic / ADHD /Autism), refer the student to their parents. Tell them to seek help from the medical doctor.

Tutoring with Basis Responsibility

  • “First Impression Count”
    Remember, that students and their parents will judge you by your appearance. Be smartly dressed!

  • Show your highest qualification to the parents during your first lesson on first day. This is to avoid them from making the wrong judgment.

  • Always be prepared for every lesson and keep up with the latest school syllabus.
    Most parents and students like the worked out model answer and work-sheet prepared by the Tuition tutor.

  • If you foresee that you are going to be more than 10 minutes late for the lesson then it is courteous to let the student or parent know in advance. Keep their phone numbers of both parents and student accessible in a booklet or hand-phone.

  • If you are going through a topic with the student and you see that the lesson time is over, then it is good to spend a few minutes to finish what you are doing. Don’t finish the lesson abruptly in mid-topic!

Conclusion

Parents expect regular progress reports. Make it a point of spending a few minutes each week to discuss the child’s progress with the parent.

A good practice to keep an attendance records of the tutoring session with in and out time including the student sign off after each lesson.

This procedure is for the tuition tutors and teachers who are responsible to see the students improve the in every Test Results.

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