Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice
Chapter 11. Building Trust in Tutoring through Effective Interpersonal Communication Becky L. Omdahl
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BUILDING TRUST IN TUTORING THROUGH EFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Becky L. Omdahl
Abigail has confidence in her overall ability as a student, but “derails” when she tries to work the assigned college algebra problems. She knows her campus has a Math Tutoring Center. She’s willing to try it, but she’s anxious: What if the tutor finds out she’s three weeks behind on her homework? What if the tutor asks her to work problems that she doesn’t even understand?
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