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Tutorat et...

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1) Generations of distance education
2) Tutoring
A. What is tutoring?
B. What is a tutor?
C. Types of tutors
D. Qualities ...

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• Use of print material
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• Distance education
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  1. 1. Mohammad the first university Faculty of Letters and Humanities Master de Didactique et Technologies Educatives Tutorat et formation à distance- M. KADDOURI Prepared by: SOULAYMANI Soufiane
  2. 2. 1) Generations of distance education 2) Tutoring A. What is tutoring? B. What is a tutor? C. Types of tutors D. Qualities of a good tutor E. Vertical tutoring 3) Online tutoring A. What is online tutoring? B. Advantages of online tutoring C. Roles of online tutoring D. Effective online tutoring
  3. 3. First • Correspondence education • Use of print material BEFORE 1960 Second • Distance education • Use of print material + audio taps MID 1960 Third • Distance education • Taps + broadcast MID 1970 Fourth • E-learning • Use digital contents MID 1990 Fifth • m-learning • Use digital content Most recent GENERATIONS OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
  4. 4. TUTORING
  5. 5. WHAT IS TUTORING?  Tutoring is a supplemented effort.  Tutoring is the process of moderation and facilitation to achieve learning.  Tutoring is the process of guidance in a specific course/subject.
  6. 6. WHAT IS A TUTOR?  A tutor is an academic person who has responsibility of moderation or guidance of the learners through Tutoring in the Distance Learning environment  Tutors engaged in TDL referred to as tutors  Tutors engaged in an online learning are referred to as e-tutors Teacher e-TutorTutor
  7. 7. TYPES OF TUTORS  PRE-K TUTORS  ELEMENTARY TUTORS  GENERAL TUTORS  SPECIAL EDUCATION TUTORS  SPECIALTY SUBJECT TUTORS  TEST-PREP TUTORS  HOMEWORK HELPER
  8. 8. QUALITIES OF A GOOD TUTOR (1) PATIENCE SKILL MATURITY MORALITY PASSION ABILITY TO TEACH
  9. 9. QUALITIES OF A GOOD TUTOR (2) Goodlad (1998) suggests tutors should possess the following:  Good subject knowledge  Interpersonal skills  Communication skills  Approachable  Accessible  Sensitive to others needs  Mentors and role models Must be measured in an application and interview process.
  10. 10. VERTICAL TUTORING It is a complete transformation of how schools manage learning and support.  It is a system built on mixed-age groups. It has three goals: • To improve learning outcomes; • To make teaching easier and fun; • To improve interconnectivity and communication of parents, staff and students.
  11. 11. ONLINE TUTORING
  12. 12. WHAT IS ONLINE TUTORING? (1) Online tutoring implies imparting education through the means of computer, broadband connection and other technological inputs.
  13. 13. WHAT IS ONLINE TUTORING? (2)  “Managing the communication of others online” (Coghlan 2001)  “Move from ‘sage on the stage’, to ‘guide on the side’” (Kempe 2001)
  14. 14. ADVANTAGES OF ONLINE TUTORING AVAILABILITY SELECTION VALUE CONVENIENCE ACCESSIBILITY TECHNOLOGY FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES PERSONALIZED APPROACHES AFFORDABLE EMPOWERING TECHNIQUES VARIOUS SUBJECTS EXPERT ASSISTANCE HIGH-QUALITY INSTRUCTION
  15. 15. ROLES OF ONLINE TUTORS Be a content expert  Build Online Libraries & Resource Pathways  Capture & retain big audiences Mentor and creatively e-moderate  Build Online Groups & Communities  Lead Information Exchange & Knowledge construction processes. Value & work with diversity  Mobilise Active Learning  Relate To Students Without Meeting,  Promote student ownership of learning process Be available 24 hours a day,  Synchronously & Asynchronously Enable Skills Development & Adoption Of In-house Knowledge culture in e-learners
  16. 16. EFFECTIVE ONLINE TUTORING LECTURER – ‘SAGE ON THE STAGE’ PROVIDER OF ANSWERS AND CONTENT SOLITARY TUTOR TOTAL CONTROL OF TEACHING ENVIRONMENT POWER OVER TEACHING EXPERIENCE CONSULTANT – ‘GUIDE ON THE SIDE’ EXPERT QUESTIONER AND DESIGNER TEAM MEMBER SHARED CONTROL WITH FELLOW LEARNERS SHARED POWER WITH STUDENTS TRADITIONAL VS ONLINE TUTORS
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