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Abstract

Abstract

Traditionally, teaching and tutoring have been considered interdependent realms of education, dedicated in mutual ways to improving students’ learning. Instructors in classrooms deliver course material, supervise skill development, and regularly test students to guarantee learning standards. In a supporting role, tutors work in help centers to improve students’ skills and knowledge of course content already covered by the instructor. From this perspective, these two domains are clearly symbiotic in nature, conjoined in purpose, but distinct in roles and responsibilities.

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2013-04-01
2019-12-06
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