Care-experienced and estranged student experiences of personal tutoring

Rosanna Ayton (King's College London)

Thursday, April 01, 2021 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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Session Outline


Following on from the King’s What Works Department report on the first year experience of students from care-experienced, estranged and forced migrant backgrounds, I will be running focus groups with students from these groups to find out more about their experience of personal tutoring, how this provision can be improved for them at King’s and how to best engage these students with personal tutoring. I will present my findings from these focus groups, as well as outlining the personal tutoring provision for these students at King’s.

Attendees will receive insight into students from these priority groups, specifically in relation to personal tutoring, as well as examples of good practice at King’s and will have the opportunity to discuss further enhancements that could be made at their own institution.

References

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/widening-participation/what-works/first-year-experience-of-priority-groups-nov-2020.pdf

Competencies
This session addresses the following competencies of the UKAT Professional Framework for Advising and Tutoring
C1 - Core values of academic advising and tutoring
I5 - The characteristics, needs, and experiences of major and emerging student populations
P2 - Appreciate students’ views and cultures, maintain a student-centred approach and mindset, and treat students with sensitivity and fairness

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