lab10ls - LeticiaSmith 11/22/02 English104 TutorGuidelines

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Leticia Smith 11/22/02 English 104 Tutor Guidelines Acquiring an education is not an easy task these days. The majority of those pursuing a higher  education are in need of some supplemental assistance with subjects, because of the lack of efficient  schooling received in high school. Many colleges and universities have classes or programs to address the  fact that many students lack some of the fundamentals needed to attend college. Although there are some  options available, not everyone is aware of them or may have simply missed out on the opportunity to get  help through school programs. Tutoring is an option that is available on any local campus. Also, acquiring a  tutor can be done off campus or on-line. Even though tutoring has been around for quite some time, it is  becoming ever so popular. It is a solution for those who are seeking help. It fills the gaps where teachers  cannot or do not have the time to help, and an option that works well for many because of the flexibility of  the arrangement itself. At school, home, work, library or on-line, tutoring is a tool and must be applied  properly. Whether face-to-face, or on-line, a tutor should be aware of: what the student needs from the  session, different methods that one can use for a particular student, and what a tutor does not do. Those 
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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lab10ls - LeticiaSmith 11/22/02 English104 TutorGuidelines

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