Presenter: Amy Cotton
One to one and small group tutoring can support students who have learning difficulties and those who have, or are falling behind the expected achievement rates. The small group setting allows for more focused assessment of where the student is at, increased opportunities for teacher to student feedback and student to teacher feedback and sustained engagement in learning activities. One to one and small group tutoring requires a different skill set than whole class teaching. In this session, aimed at teachers working in secondary settings, the presenter will share their experience of successful strategies working one to one and with small groups and then open a discussion for all participants to share their knowledge and the resources that they have used in one to one and small group environments.
Course Length: 90 minutesStandards addressed:
- 1.2.2 Understand how learners learn
- 4.2.2 Manage learning and teaching activities