Guidelines for tutoring include maintaining a professional relationship with the student and the student's parents and keeping track of a student's academic progress in school. Follow a few basic guidelines when becoming a tutor with information from a high school and elementary school tutor in this free video on education.
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Hi, my name is Samir Malik and I'm a private tutor for students here in the Austin area, for middle school and high school students. Today, we're going to be discussing about tutoring guidelines. Now, tutoring guidelines are guidelines which the tutor should follow when he or she is tutoring their student. First and foremost is insuring that the relationship between the tutor and student is professional and the tutor knows his or her responsibility as a tutor and the student knows his or her responsibilities as a student. Examples of some of these responsibilities for the tutor would be be tutor is aware of the students needs from an academic standpoint as far as what classes the student is enrolled in, who the teachers are of the student for each one of the student's classes and where the student stands academically. The other important factor is the tutor knows where the student needs to improve on those academic subject areas. The next is examples of what the student is responsible for. Student could be responsible for multiple things. Some would include the student knows that he or she is expected to perform academically in a certain way. And he or she knows what the expectations are from his or her teacher. So, now we have a situation where these guidelines are met, where the tutor knows what he or she is responsible for, as far as coaching and working and training the student to achieve the goals the student would like to achieve and the student knows his or her responsibilities of where exactly the student needs to improve on, what the student needs to do to improve his or her goals and reach his or her goals. So, these are guidelines from both the tutor's perspective and the student's perspective which should be maintained at all times during that relationship between the tutor and the student.