Tutoring - activity 3
Created on January 23, 2022
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What’s the difference between a mentor and a tutor?
Tutoring and mentoring have similar aims – to support people to achieve their goals. Let’s take a closer look at some of the similarities and differences.
- Tutoring and mentoring both aim to boost confidence and wellbeing
- Both forms of support are individual-focused.Tutoring sessions are tailored to the learning needs of the learners, while mentoring aims to support the recipient.
- Tutors and mentors can either be selected or assigned
- Tutoring has a more academic focus, while mentoring offers more general support
- Tutoring sessions are more structured in terms of time scale, process and outcome
- Tutors have specified knowledge about a subject or the curriculum
- A mentor-student relationship can be more informal than tutoring, as sessions may involve play or a walk in the park
- In mentoring, results are less quantifiable and more about the person’s own sense of wellbeing
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/mentoring-vs-tutoring-same-vincent-stokes/ https://www.explorelearning.co.uk/blog/mentor-vs-tutor-whats-the-difference/ https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13611267.2018.1489237 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/13611267.2018.1489237 https://www.weber.edu/wsuimages/CommunityInvolvement/Mentoring_Tutoring%20Modules/Tutoring%20and%20Mentoring%20Intro%203-29-10.pdf
Monitor Tutorial Performance
- Analyze learners needs for help
- Define the learning support axes to invest in
- Prioritize your interventions
- Identify roles and functions of the various tutors
- Design and measure the tutoring interventions
- Choose the communication tools to be used to carry out the interventions
- Write a tutorial guide of expected standards
- Train tutors and create communities for practice and assimilation
- Create tools to monitor tutorial relations
- Define the economic model of the tutorial system
- Collecting descriptive data on the tutorial scheme
- Data collection using interviews and questionnaires from both tutors and learners
- Review of data using an Analytical Grid and criteria
- Presentation of the results and development of recommendations