To familiarise you as a tutor with policies and procedures for keeping yourself, and keeping children, safe in education.
– The 3 House Rules
– Course Material
– Assessment Criteria
Part 1: Keeping Yourself Safe
– Prevention through Professionalism
– The 7 Ps of Professionalism
Part 2: Keeping Children Safe
– The 3 Rs: Recognise, Respond, Report
– Some contemporary issues
To give you an understanding of the importance of relationship
to learning and how to achieve a positive, respectful and trusting relationship.
Creating a Culture of Learning
The 3 Building Blocks of an Effective Tutoring Relationship: Positivity, Respect and Trust
What We’ve Covered, Weekly Task, What’s Coming Up Next
To introduce you to what we know works best in teaching and learning within the responsive framework of the Learning Loop.
Part 1: What makes tutoring so effective?
Part 2: The Learning Loop
To reflect on the barriers your students may have for learning:
with an introduction to working with children with special
educational needs, and to provide an approach to Special Educational Needs, Mental Health and Wellbeing in relation to the role of a tutor.
Part 1: Special Educational Needs and Disability
– Learning without Limits
– A Glossary of Terms
Part 2: Mental Health
– Causes, Symptoms and Methods of Management
Part 1: The Why of Feedback
– Austen’s Butterfly
Part 2: The How of Feedback