Rights and responsibilities of Tutor

These responsibilities and procedures ensure that tutors effectively support both students and lecturers, contributing to a productive and engaging learning environment.


Support Classroom Activities:

  • Assist lecturers in preparing and organizing materials for classroom activities.
  • Provide individual or group tutoring sessions to reinforce lecture content.
  • Facilitate discussions and encourage student participation.

Academic Support:

  • Help students understand and apply course concepts.
  • Offer additional explanations and examples for difficult topics.
  • Guide students in developing effective study habits and strategies.

Monitoring and Assessment:

  • Assist in monitoring student progress and identifying those who need additional support.
  • Provide feedback to lecturers on student performance and participation.
  • Help with grading assignments, quizzes, and exams under the lecturer’s guidance.


  • Serve as a liaison between students and lecturers, communicating any issues or concerns.
  • Schedule regular meetings with lecturers to discuss class progress and student needs.
  • Maintain open and professional communication with students.

Administrative Duties:

  • Maintain records of tutoring sessions and student progress.
  • Assist with the preparation and distribution of course materials.
  • Help organize and manage classroom resources and technology.


  • Review course materials and lesson plans before each class.
  • Coordinate with the lecturer to understand the objectives and expectations for each session.

During Class:

  • Arrive early to help set up the classroom and materials.
  • Assist the lecturer in delivering the lesson, providing support where needed.
  • Monitor student engagement and participation, offering help as required.


  • Stay after class to address any student questions or concerns.
  • Meet with the lecturer to review the class and discuss any necessary follow-up actions.
  • Prepare for upcoming classes based on the feedback and observations.

Tutoring Sessions:

  • Schedule regular tutoring sessions with students who need additional help.
  • Use a variety of teaching methods to accommodate different learning styles.
  • Document the content and outcomes of each tutoring session.

Feedback and Reporting:

  • Regularly report to the lecturer on student progress and any issues encountered.
  • Provide constructive feedback to students to help them improve.
  • Participate in training and professional development opportunities to enhance tutoring skills.
Tutor Support
Up to Doctorate
Certificates & awards
Level 3-8 Diplomas; Bachelor Degrees; Master Degrees; Doctoral Degrees