from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is being tutored.
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- n. A student of a tutor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. learns from a tutor
Tutors don't "explain" content so much as they help the tutee construct the information for themselves based on the knowledge they bring with them to the table.
The tutor guides the tutee towards understanding through questioning, and never gives the answers away.
Of online courses I have less experience, and only where the communication between tutor and tutee was in writing.
The tutor never gives away the answer to the problem, but rather helps the tutee construct it through questioning and examples.
Eduardo spent three days tutoring his tutee from Querétaro in just one problem.
She had not yet had enough experiences to notice what she and her tutee lacked and had yet to investigate.
Eduardo spent three days tutoring his tutee from QuerÃ©taro in just one problem.
Adults tutor children, children tutor adults -- so long as the tutor knows something that the tutee wants to know.
Today I explained to my tutee that we should not add anything suffix to root verbs with ‘to’ e.g.
And all because your tutee told you Shakespeare was overrated.
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