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Synonyms for tutor

to impart knowledge and skill to

Synonyms for tutor

a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc

be a tutor to someone

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act as a guardian to someone

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Writing tutors with majors from across the disciplines can be encouraged to bring their research skills to bear on questions pertinent to their writing centers, and undergraduate researchers from across the disciplines who are not affiliated with their institution's writing center could design research projects for their majors using the writing center as the research site and as beneficiary of the research project.
In other words, when it comes to verbosity and loquaciousness in tutoring sessions, more can be less, less can be more, and none might be most, but it all depends on the role, appropriation, and messages of silence as conveyed by the writing tutor.
Patrick even writes that the "primary responsibility as writing tutors here is preventive.
Be conscious of the writer's emotions because it is our job as writing tutors to create a respectful and safe environment for our peers to learn and grow as writers.
Prior to going, they completed the training course for English writing tutors.
1 found that, of the total 107 Young Scholars articles, only 27 were by writing tutors.
These texts included volumes used for tutor education, such as Leigh Ryan and Lisa Zimmerelli's The Bedford Guide for Writing Tutors and Lauren Fitzgerald and Melissa lanetta's The Oxford Guide for Writing Tutors, which both acknowledge an increasingly diverse landscape of writing centers in the United States and thus discuss a range of guiding principles for writing tutors.
All surveys and follow ups were coded to distinguish between institutions, writing instructors, and writing tutors, while carefully preserving participants' anonymity.
When undergraduate writing tutors and fellows participate in challenging and sustained staff education, and when they interact closely with other student writers and with other peer tutors through our writing centers and writing fellows programs, they develop in profound ways both intellectually and academically.
In addition to the librarian, writing tutors from the Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE), UNHM's tutoring center, support students in their research process.
In 1980 he convenes the Brooklyn College Summer Institute in Training Peer Writing Tutors for the first of two summer seminars as way to disseminate the Brooklyn Plan across the country.
Join us for a day of individual and panel presentations by writing tutors, for writing tutors
In the winter of 1979 I read an announcement in a new publication, The Writing Lab Newsletter, calling for applications for fellowships in the Brooklyn College Summer Institute in Training Peer Writing Tutors.
Martin's Sourcebook for Writing Tutors as our guide, we can identify four articles that Murphy and Sherwood see as representative of our roots, ones which have survived the changes of all three previous editions: Stephen North's "The Idea of a Writing Center," Andrea Lunsford's "Collaboration, Control, and the Idea of a Writing Center," Jeff Brooks's "Minimalist Tutoring: Making the Student Do All the Work," and Anne Dipardo's "'Whispers of Coming and Going': Lessons from Fannie.
Mark was one of those students with whom writing tutors love to work, full of dialogue and quick to assimilate anything I said.