UPDATE : 2022.11.21 Mon 00:53
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Satisfied with Tutoring?
The Education Support Center is providing TPEE(Tutor pool for Enhancing Education) service as a part of Education Enhancement Project. TPEE is designed to help students to get used to their major subjects and to encourage students via consultations with professors. The objective of the program, which is a small study group, is also to improve tutors’ capabilities. Junior and senior students who achieved more than 3.7 average credit score and A0 are nominated for the group participation. The payment for TPEE is set to be 400,000KRW for 10 times, 2 hours per week. Jang Won-Ahng(Tutor) commented, “handling 5~7 tutee per tutor was harder than imagined. There were many seminars I had to attend and the pay was not good enough for the amount of work.”

She continued to complain, “It was difficult to reserve a space for studying with tutees and we had to reserve an entire computer room if our study involved computers.”

Kang Hyeon-Woo(Tutee) said, “Tutors are very helpful when we need to study something we lack. They help us to find resolutions when we are stuck with problems. But I do believe that there are some problems to the system.” He continued, “Tutors have their professional field and they cannot know everything. But their nomination is evaluated upon their entire score average. There should be more precise and detailed systems for the nomination. The ambiguous standard should be replaced with the ones that can specify the professional field. If the system is improved, the program would function much more effectively.”

Kang In-Jung  cutejung88@changwon.ac.kr

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