Working effectively as a Personal Tutor (PT) – integrating with others within the Integrated Learner Support model.
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What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I want to understand what my role as a PT is under the Integrated Learner Support process, and how the different support services can complement each other.
I would like to share and exchange ideas for planning my work with PT students across the year, including through group sessions.
How can I work with the information available through LEARN to help my PT students succeed?
How can I be an effective PT when I can only meet students online? What will be the particular challenges my students will also face in the particular circumstances of 20/21?
Through this you will...
- Explore the needs that students have at different stages of their study programme, and the pressures they experience that can affect their work
- Discuss with others the ways in which PTs can help to meet student needs, and the contribution that other support services can make
- Engage in practical activities to think about planning appropriate student support throughout the year
- Discuss the information available through LEARN and how you can make use of this to support student where they are having difficulties.
All of this will be approaches with particular consideration of the challenges and opportunities of providing effective support to PT students online or through a mix of online or face-to-face.
The workshop addresses the crucial role of PTs as a key element of the learning environment and the learner support process. The workshop gives you the chance to join with others in proactive planning to support your PT students across the year.
The workshop gives you the opportunity to share strategies & activities you can use with your PT students to help maximize their achievement, belonging, engagement & employability.
The workshop provides the opportunity to share understanding of student development needs and the challenges & problems they may face during their course.
Both individual needs & typical challenges faced by particular student groups are explored
You will exchange ideas for strategies to promote student engagement & aid retention
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D2 - Fellow of the HEA||
Staff for whom teaching or learning support is a significant element of their role such as staff with experience as
|D3 - Senior Fellow of the HEA||
Experienced HE teaching staff able to demonstrate sustained impact & influence on the L&T practice of others over a number of years, through