- Sessions have a consistent structure with space for relationship-building, independent practice time, and formative assessment.
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Example Tutoring Session Structure
A strong tutoring curriculum should maintain a consistent structure from session to session.
- While content will change across sessions, session design and flow should stay the same.
- When session structure is routine, tutors will deliver more consistent and effective sessions. Instead of spending prep time internalizing directions and pacing, they can focus on content.
- When students know what to expect, they can better internalize what is expected of them. Because each session has a consistent rhythm, students will feel safer and more engaged.