Effectively Delivering the Group Tutorial
Practical strategies for teachers working with Level 1 and Level 2 students.
Reasons for attending this programme:
Group tutorials can be an effective way of helping students to achieve, however where tutorials are not delivered well students fail to attend and question the relevance of the tutorial. Often staff are unsure as to the purpose of the group tutorial or how best to utilise the time available. This programme explores the key skills and strategies for improving the delivery of group tutorials.
What is this training about?
This practical programme explores the rationale for group tutorials and how to plan and deliver the effective skills for learning and life that students need now and in the future. You will explore how to develop useful materials and resources for tutorial use and how to balance the content element of the tutorial with the need to encourage the tutorial process and student involvement.
During this programme you learn:
- To identify the skills required for effective delivery of group tutorials
- Ways of managing the tutorial time effectively
- By examining materials for use in the group tutorial
- Ways of evaluating and improving the group tutorial
- The factors which create unhelpful beliefs for our students
- Increased attendance and participation in tutorials
- Focussed use of materials and resources
- Improved time management and balance between one to one work and group work
- Reduction in the need for coaching sessions
- More effective learning to learn skills for students
Duration: 6 hours
Fees on application
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