This lesson introduces thinking about the magnitude of the 1:1 relationship in tutoring.
Relationship Matters in Tutoring (Multiple Choice Assessment)
This lesson looks at trust and safety by firstly examining what it means, the types of students who need you to think about trust and safety and how to establish it.
This lesson examines what it means to see, hear and show a student they matter to you.
This lesson covers key listening skills that will help you hear the student and to understand them better.
In this lesson we will introduce Bion’s concept of containment and look at how it can be applied to the world of tutoring and education.
This lesson is all about vulnerability. We define the concept and explore the work of Brené Brown. You will learn how vulnerability is a highly important part of 1:1 tutoring. This lesson also covers stigmatising and self-stigmatising as well the key skills for empathy.
In this lesson we will define what challenging behaviour is and think about ways to deal with it.
This lesson introduces Carl Rogers’ term unconditional positive regard. We explore what it means and apply it to tutoring and how you view students.
This lesson examines the relationship you have with your student in the context of the key relationships the student already has, such as their parents and schools. We also examine the relationship you may have with your organisation and line managers.
This lesson looks at the first lesson with a student – the golden lesson.
This lesson rounds up our thoughts on the tutoring relationship.
This is the course assessment.