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Could you possibly send that reflection sheet a 2nd time. The attachment
did  not come through. I appreciate your sharing this information- as I
know many others do also.
Thanks,
Phyllis Kremen, Georgian Ct. University, ADC Director

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Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 8:55 AM
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Subject: Re: Reflection Questions for Tutors

Thank you Michele for your generous spirit.

Peggy


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Sent: Monday, January 05, 2009 6:00 PM
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Subject: Re: Reflection Questions for Tutors

My tutors do a two-part self-assessment in the first third of every
semester that basically consists of completing the same worksheet after
two different tutoring sessions spaced a week or two apart.  Their
reflection on the first session includes setting goals for things they'd
like to improve.  The second reflection, which is based on the same
worksheet, asks them if they feel they have made progress on their goals
since they completed the first worksheet.  The questions are not deep or
touchy-feely.  They have mostly to do with tutoring techniques, session
management, and ethics, and they are based closely on what is covered in
training at the beginning of the semester.  Both new tutors and
experienced tutors do the self-assessment.  I am attaching the worksheet
for you to see.  If any of it is useful to you at all, feel free to use
it.

Michele Costabile Doney
Coordinator, Math and Science Tutoring
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
646-557-4595    [log in to unmask]
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Sent: Monday, January 05, 2009 4:59 PM
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Subject: Reflection Questions for Tutors

This semester, I would like to integrate some reflection in the tutor
training process. Do any of you require students to reflect on their
work through prompts or questioning? If so, what are some questions you
ask them?

Thanks!

Megan


Megan Henderson, M.S.Ed
Student Learning Services Generalist
Ryan C. Harris Learning & Teaching Center University of Dayton 300
College Park Dayton, OH 45469-1302
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Phone: (937)229-2066
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