Teaching is one of the most complicated jobs today.It demands broad knowledge of subject matter, curriculum and standards; enthusiasm, a caring attitude and a love of learning; knowledge of discipline and classroom management techniques; and a desire to make a difference in the lives of young people. With all these qualities required, it’s no wonder that it’s hard to find great tutors.Here are some idea of great tutors:
Great tutors set high expectations for all students.They expect that all students can and will achieve in their classroom, and they don’t give up on underachievers.Don’t bias n feel there are jerk…
Great teachers have clear, writtenout objectives.What to do…what to teach…what to motivate….
Effective tutors have lesson plans that give students a clear idea of what they will be learning. Assignments have learning goals and give students ample opportunity to practice new skills.
The tutors is consistent in grading and returns work in a timely manner.
Great tutors are prepared and organized.They are in their classrooms early and
ready to teach. They present lessons in a clear and structured way. Their classrooms are organized in such a
way as to minimize distractions.
Great tutors form strong relationships with their students and show that they care about them as
people and as somebody in their life.
Great tutors are warm, loving and caring. Tutors with these qualities are known to available
to students and parents who need them. They are involved in all student matters only to gain their trust.
Great tutors are masters of their subject matter. They exhibit expertise in the subjects they are teaching and spend time continuing to gain new knowledge in their field. They present material inan enthusiastic manner and instill a
hunger in their students to learn more on their own.
Great tutors communicate frequently with parents.They reach parents through
conferences and frequent written reports home. They don’t hesitate to pick up the telephone to call a parent to have discussion n give a student progress report.