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Adapting to Tutoring in a Post-Covid World - Wednesday 28th October

  • 28 Oct 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Date and Time: Wednesday 28th October, 12noon - 1pm

Hosts: Dr Emma William and Leona Potter

Suitable for: Relatively new to experienced tutors (self-employed and tutoring agencies)

This workshop will give tutors the confidence to prepare for the challenges that COVID-19 has placed on tutoring, some of which can be adapted to the NTP (such as working in small group ratios). We will be discussing how to differentiate your tutoring style for 1-2-1 and small groups, how this affects your planning and the tools you might use to conduct your lessons.

What attendees will gain from this workshop:

  • Strategies for tutoring in small groups vs one-to-one
  • Adapting to hosting these online vs face-to-face
  • Differentiating to the needs of your learners within these contexts
  • Share of best practice for each of scenario
  • Summary of what qualities makes a great tutor

About your hosts:

Emma Williams is a qualified secondary-school teacher who has worked in the state sector for 20 years. For much of that time she has also worked as a private tutor and this has had a profound effect on her efficacy as a classroom practitioner. She is passionate about pedagogy and finding the best ways to make learning stick.

Leona Potter is the founder of Myelin Academia, whose tutor training programmes summarise the best practices and all the trade secrets there are. She recognises that tutoring provides the optimal opportunity to embed life-long skills in learners. With her background in Psychology, of which she was Head of Department, her methodologies are grounded in scientific and pedagogical literature. Having worked in prisons, schools & private households she is well equipped to share some tricks of the trade!

The joining link will be emailed out the day before the event

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