Inspired by the learning of other students … PAL. Rob Vierendeels Andrea Cools Steven Bax Stig Broeckx Els Campforts Inge Clijsters.
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Inspired by the learning of other students … PAL Rob Vierendeels Andrea Cools Steven Bax StigBroeckx Els Campforts Inge Clijsters
Quiz:- Who learns the most tutor or tutee?- What are the differences between working tutees and “normal” tutees- 4 hours of tutor training does not help ? (T, F)?
Pal in KHKempen In 9 departments Severalprojects and variants Oneexample
Tutors…inspired by PAL Rob Vierendeels OOF-Project Pal scoort op vele velden
Integration of research and education:Scientific project- Do research- Execute project- Evaluate- Presentation of results
Quiz:- Who learns the most: tutor or tutee?- What are the differences between working tutees and “normal” tutees- 4 hours of tutor training does not help a lot (T, F)?
Tutoring: More than teaching?! FC Tutters: Steven Bax 2 Bio 1 Stig Broeckx 2 Bio 1 Els Campforts 2 Bio 2 Andrea Cools 2 Bio 2 Inge Clijsters 2 Bio 2
Introduction Pal Interaction with teaching staff Tutor sessions Working students Research
Introduction Pal Stig Broeckx
Methode • Start from available material • Share experiences • Expectations of potential tutees
Disciplines in literature Medical Math- Science Language : p.e. migrants
Interaction with lecturers • Inge Clijsters
Communication • Start project: meeting with coordinator • and lecturers • Mail – forum – weekly meeting • A lot of attention • No enemies • Insight in self evaluation tests – • analysis of test results
Evaluation • With coordinator: • Functionality meetings • Logbook • Reflection papers • Briefing to lecturers : • Communication of common problems • Improvement
Tutor training Tutor training • Tutor training, • focus on • Communication skills • Feedback • Guidance techniques • Organization of sessions
Tutor sessions Steven Bax
Preparation • Content • Which subject? • What is the problem? • Tutor and tutee prepared!
preparation • Practical • Contact (mail, face to face, toledo) • Making an appointment • Preparing materials
Ready, set, ... • Tutee at his ease • Action! • Detect start situation • Start from questions of tutee • - Small steps • - Motivate, stimulate, give compliments! • Keep it pleasant • Question technique
Evaluation • Qualitative • Rapports • Introspections • Reflections • Observation • Quantitative • Notes • Publications • Paper • Presentation
Workingstudents • Andrea Cools
Differences? time management age session
Research • Els Campforts
Background material • School of Biotechnology, Dublin • Maths en Chemistry • Tutees controlgroup • Evaluation • Question list • Resultsintermediate tests + exams
Results • Several disciplines • Significant influence on math and chemistry
Results Significant difference tutee non-tutee Better success rates
Quiz:- Who learns the most tutor or tutee?- What are the differences between working tutees and “normal” tutees- 4 hours of tutor training does not help a lot (T, F)?
Els Stig Steven Inge Andrea