Chabot TUTR 200 - Course Outline (4 pages)

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Chabot College
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Tutr 200 - Suprvsd Learn Assist-Ind Study

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Chabot College Fall 2006 Course Outline for Tutoring 200 SUPERVISED TUTORING Replaced Fall 2010 Catalog Description 200 Supervised Tutoring May be repeated 3 times non credit Reading mathematics language arts speaking decision making and problem solving skills necessary for academic and technical training success Self paced one on one and small group instruction tailored to students individual needs Variable hours laboratory Prerequisite Skills None Expected Outcomes for Students Upon completion of the course the student should be able to 1 read with the comprehension and understanding necessary for success in the discipline being studied 2 ask questions to clarify written and verbal instructions and points raised in a text or lecture 3 perform calculations related to the discipline being studied 4 set up problems posed in discipline being studied and propose logical solutions 5 communicate effectively orally and in writing 6 manage time 7 set priorities Course Content 1 2 3 4 5 Determining learning needs Determining learning styles Reading for comprehension and understanding Asking critical questions Calculating 6 7 8 9 Problem solving Communicating effectively in writing and speech Managing time Setting Priorities Chabot College Course Outline for Tutoring 200 Page 2 Fall 2006 Methods of Presentation 1 Individualized instruction tailored to student s specific needs with an instructor and or trained supervised tutor 2 Small group instruction facilitated by an instructor and or trained supervised tutor 3 Computer assisted instruction Assignments and Methods of Evaluating Student Progress 1 Typical Assignments a Write ten questions that you expect will appear on an upcoming exam With a tutor brainstorm answers to the questions b Create a time management chart including times that you expect to be studying for each class you are taking this term Calculate how many unscheduled hours you have each week Determine whether you have left yourself enough time to sleep eat



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