Structure and delivery of an IAG tutorial Essay

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STRUCTURE
AND DELIVERY
OF AN IAG
TUTORIAL

THE AIMS & OBJECTIVES



What is IGA?
The structure and the delivery of an
IGA tutorial

IAG


The National IAG board define IAG as:

Information, Advice and Guidance should promote the value of learning and be accessible to all people, to provide them with help they need to enter and progress in learning and work


Be available, accessible and visible



Be friendly, welcoming and culturally sensitive



Be easy to understand



Be professional and knowledgeable



Be impartial



Be equitable in terms of equality of opportunity



Be client focussed



Be effective in delivery



Be quality assured



Support achievement



Enable progression



In order to provide individuals with easy access to high quality IAG for learning , work and their living arrangements to enable them to make effective decisions and choices .

PLANNING








Tutorials should have their own learning goals
Define guidelines and rules from the beginning
Prepare a plan for each session(meeting) Have your supporting materials ready COMMUNICATING









Encourage students to speak out
Comment on student performance and behaviours
Make an effort to learn students’ names and use them
Avoid excessive formality, but don’t get too close
Do not ignore disruptive student behaviour DELIVERY






Keep pace with meeting progress
Make connections among parts of the course/tutorial. Help students visualize the ‘big picture’ and integrate together the tutorial contents with the rest of their experiences Use relevant examples
Use solid delivery skills. Maintain eye contact during your tutorials , develop a rapport with your students. Speak loud enough and with enthusiasm to keep student attention

QUESTIONS






Tutorials are the best times to ask…