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by Jeimee Estrada,Tiffani Chin

  • Author: Jeimee Estrada,Tiffani Chin
  • ISBN: 1439907404
  • ISBN13: 978-1439907405
  • ePub: 1286 kb | FB2: 1646 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Temple University Press; 2nd edition (July 20, 2011)
  • Pages: 240
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 453
  • Format: lit lrf azw mbr
Tutoring Matters: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about How to Tutor ePub download

Tutoring Matters book.

Tutoring Matters book.

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Tutoring Matters: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about How to Tutor. Tutoring Matters is the authoritative guide for both the aspiring and seasoned tutor. Tutoring Matters - Tiffani Chin.

Tutoring Matters: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about How to Tutor. by Tiffani Chin, Jerome Rabow, and Jeimee Estrada. Using firsthand experiences of over one hundred new and experienced college student tutors, the authors offer techniques for handling tutoring anxieties, teaching strategies, and tips for building relationships.

Jeimee Estrada, Jerome Rabow, Tiffani Chin. This book offers a scholarly and practical perspective on tutoring both as an art and science

Tutoring Matters is the authoritative guide for both the aspiring and seasoned tutor. Jeimee Estrada, Jerome Rabow, Tiffani Chin. This book offers a scholarly and practical perspective on tutoring both as an art and science. it is a must read for those who hope to be effective tutors, For those who intend to establish serious tutorial programs, For educators and policy-makers. Jeimee Estrada, Tiffani Chin, Jerome Rabow. Temple University Press. Tiffani Chin, Jerome Rabow, Jeimee Estrada.

Tutoring Matters : Everything You Always Wanted to Know about How to Tutor. Tutoring Matters is the authoritative guide for both the aspiring and seasoned tutor

Tutoring Matters : Everything You Always Wanted to Know about How to Tutor. by Jerome Rabow, Tiffani Chin, Jeimee Estrada. Using firsthand experiences of over one hundred new and experienced college student tutors, the authors offer strategies and guidelines for handling tutoring attitudes and anxieties, teaching techniques, and building relationships.

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"Tutoring Matters"ais the authoritative guide for both the aspiring and seasoned tutor. Using firsthand experiences of over one hundred new and experienced college student tutors, the authors offer techniques for handling tutoring anxieties, teaching strategies, and tips for building relationships.

This new edition has been fully updated to help tutors to engage the interest of their students. In addition, it features practical OC tip boxesOCO that provide quick-reference guidelines on a range of tutoring challengesOCofrom making a connection in your first tutoring session to becoming familiar with your pupil's life and tutoring needs. This new edition also provides practical experience-based tips from the trenches about how to tutor math and reading and how to help students develop other academic skills and interests.

Winotterin
This is so not what I was looking for. It's just some pompous ass going on about building relationships with "underprivileged" students to make himself feel godlike even though the majority of people have enough sense to do this on their own. Seeing as the title says it's "everything you always wanted to know about how to tutor," I expected that it might actually contain guidelines on how to structure a tutoring session and strategies for improving students' comprehension and retention of the material. Nope, not here, just a bunch of fluff. I hope this guy isn't as shameless about taking his tutee's money as he was about taking mine.
Mullador
I was very disappointed in this book. While the information may have been helpful, the layout was worse than boring. No headings, outlines, graphs or other visual markings were included. The entire book was just text. I don't think this format is helpful for a novice tutor.
Manazar
As a first year tutor, I was searching for something to help me, give me some ideas. I found exactly what I was looking for in this book.
Cordantrius
Book came pretty fast. Read it through in several sittings. Not what I hoped, but better than the others out there. Definitely a good investment! Good to look back on.
Jorius
I got the book all right and its condition was all right too. Thank you, book sellers!
Mariwyn
I've been looking for resources for tutors for my University Writing Center, and I came across _Tutoring Matters_. Of particular interest to me is chapter 4: "Race, Gender, Class, and Background Differences." However, I was quickly taken aback by the obvious assumptions the writers make about their audience, particularly that the tutors are middle or upper-middle class and white.

Some of the advice in the book is quite practical, but as a professor at an HBCU, I will pass on this resource, and I would recommend that others who work in a diverse environment consider instead The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoring, Second Edition or Longman Guide to Peer Tutoring (2nd Edition).
Jaberini
This manual is excellent for dealing with possible tutor-tutee or tutor-parent issues. It covers everything, including differences in race, gender, religion, socio-economic status, and sexual orientation. I found it extremely helpful in my tutoring "career," and it has helped me better relate to and motivate my students.
I was surprised to find this book very unhelpful in my new tutoring business. It mainly discusses the relationship between the tutorer and tutoree and provides no information on tutoring techniques, etc. A real disappointment!
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