4 edition of Introductory programme for youth tutors and supervisors found in the catalog.
Introductory programme for youth tutors and supervisors
Edwin J. Singer
by Published for Centre for Learning and Development by Bookwright in Weybridge
Written in English
|Statement||by Edwin J. Singer and Ron Johnson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Ron, 1937-, Centre for Learning and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Language. English. This document reports a summer pilot program designed to serve as a model for uniting the Youth Tutoring Youth concept with the Neighborhood Youth Corps.
An introductory section overviews the project in which and year olds who were not achieving well in school and who had fallen below grade level in reading were trained to serve as tutors for elementary school. Introduction Local Authorities have a duty to keep under review the quality of services which they provide in their respective sectors.
Kent Youth Service's quality assurance programme aims to improve service delivery by ensuring that the learning experiences for young people are of the highest standards and the best possible.
Tutors will participate in a minimum of 36 hours of training on reading and literacy development. The reading specialist will observe tutoring sessions at least monthly and provide feedback and technical assistance.
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English Tutor, Fall Tutored 12 honors English students to prepare them for the AP English exam. Helped half the students achieve the highest score (a “5”) on the exam, while the others scored at least a “3” (passing) or “4” (above average).
Received the “Tutor. The supervisor signs the form and asks the employee to sign it. The form and its action plans are reviewed every few months, usually during one-on-one meetings with the employee.
Note that if the supervisor has been doing a good job supervising, then nothing should be surprising to the employee during the appraisal.
Introduction: The Peer Tutoring program at Tennessee High School is concerned Conduct regular meetings between tutors and supervisors as a way of keeping in touch and informing of developments in the program.
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A pilot mentoring program is being launched at the convention and if it proves successful, a broader program may be established. Part one of this manual introduces the supervisor to the Youth Tutoring Youth program and outlines his particular responsibilities; the outline also provides a guide to seven resource chapters in part two which contain specific information about how to fulfill the responsibilities.
Through the resource chapters, information on the following subjects is made available to the supervisor, who is. This document reports a summer pilot program designed to serve as a model for uniting the Youth Tutoring Youth concept with the Neighborhood Youth Corps.
An introductory section overviews the project in which and year olds who were not achieving well in school and who had fallen below grade level in reading were trained to serve as tutors for elementary school children from.
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Belonging is a critical element of quality youth development programs. Youth need to know that they are cared for, have a sense of connection to others, and that their environment is safe. This lesson focuses on how school age practitioners can create a culture of belonging for youth, families and staff in their programs.
(K C1) 2 hours. Youth Tutoring Youth is an after school (or summer) tutorial program in which 14 and 15 year old In-School Neighborhood Youth Corps enrollees earn money by helping younger children enjoy reading, writing and other skills of expression.
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