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Tutoring refers to one-on-one or small group academic support. The goal is to improve students’ functioning and/or learning capacity.
15 articles available under Tutoring
» Wide Range Achievement Test: 4th Edition (WRAT-4)
The training presents the purpose of the WRAT Test, a description of it, the general procedures that take place prior to testing, and how to calculate the percentile of a student’s score.   Read more...
» Managing Challenging Behaviors During Academic Instruction
Session begins with having participants role-play as student/tutor and follows with instructions and tips on managing behavior. Guidelines include minimizing distractions, setting up a reward system, and developing strategies for better focus, concentration, and attention.   Read more...
» SRA Corrective Mathematics: Overview of the Series and Teaching Techniques
Presentation includes how the corrective mathematics lessons are set up. The purpose of the lessons and its basic overview are discussed. How the curriculum is taught is similar to the corrective reading curriculum, though it is more intensive and quicker in pace. The training lists what the pages of the curriculum include.   Read more...
» HIPAA - Supplemental Education Services (SES)
The training explains how SES plays an exception to the general restrictions of HIPAA when it comes to disclosing client’s information. These exceptions include treatment services, subpoena or court orders, child abuse reporting, and emergency situations.   Read more...
» Lead Provider SES Services
Training gives an overview of SES and the role of the lead provider. The presentation discusses the function of SES, maintaining communication with parents and students, using Welligent to enter a student’s schedule and managing payroll, and the services involved.   Read more...
» Teaching Special Education Students
A look into techniques teachers can use on teaching Special Ed. students.   Read more...
» Communication
Communication training includes how teachers speak with parents to ensure their trust and to show them how the child will be properly taught. The presentation also explores how to communicate with office staff.   Read more...
» Supplemental Education Services-Expectations and Program Protocol: SES TES 10
Training includes SES’ different subject areas, case studies, and the consequences of jeopardizing an SES contract.   Read more...
» SES for ESP Providers: Information and Guidelines
The presentation includes a background of SES and what it is, a comparison between SES and ESP, the specifics of the program, and its challenges.   Read more...
» Title I
Presentation is an overview of Title I and the services TES offers that may be eligible for Title I funds.   Read more...
» Writing Comprehension Strategies & Techniques For Middle School Students in SES
The training presents strategies on teaching writing comprehension for middle school students in SES. Presentation includes statistics on students’ academic standing in writing, the writing standards for the state of California, and suggested techniques for increasing writing skills and comprehension.   Read more...
» SRA Corrective Reading: Overview of the Series - Implementation of Curriculum for Supplemental Educational Services
A presentation on the corrective reading curriculum, which includes a basic overview and what the curriculum consists of.   Read more...
» Supplemental Education Services-Expectations and Program Protocol: SES Orientation
The presentation for SES’ orientation training includes the factors for the success of the SES program, what is expected in the program, which includes communicating with parents and performing documentation. Though this orientation presentation is for the Los Angeles region, the program guidelines included and discussed is applicable amongst all TES regions.   Read more...
» Supplemental Education Services-Expectations and Program Protocol: SES Midyear
As an orientation presentation for the SES program for the Los Angeles region, the presentation discusses the purpose of SES, its success factors such as marketing, communicating effectively with the regional offices and staff, legal documents, and responsibilities.   Read more...
» Supplemental Education Services-Expectations and Program Protocol: SES Paperwork
Part of the SES orientation, the presentation gives the background, overview, and purpose of SES. It also goes into explaining the policies for TES, legal documents that are associated with SES, how each district have their own version of SES policies, and what happens if an SES contract is jeopardized.   Read more...