Ask Me Anything sessions: Mon-Fri 9–10 am, 3–4 pm |  Upcoming workshops

Breadcrumbs

Tutor development 

At Te Puna Ako Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning, we provide training, resources, and support to casual or part-time tutors, demonstrators and sessional assistants.

Introduction to Tutoring Programme

Are you new to casual tutoring at the University of Waikato? Have you tutored before, but would like a refresher? If so, join us for our self-paced tutoring programme. In 2022, we have five self-paced modules and three supporting online workshops available. You can also sign up for our Tutoring Mailing List to hear about workshops and events throughout the year.

The online modules are:

Module 1: The Professional Sessional
Module 2: Planning a session
Module 3: Classroom Strategies
Module 4: Feedback and marking
Module 5: Growth and support

If you are a new tutor, and you complete the Modules or participate in the introductory workshops, you can claim paid time. We suggest you allow around 2.5 hours to complete the modules.

You can register using this online form.

Helpful links

Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions Monday to Friday between 9am-10am, and 3pm-4pm. If you can't join any of the regular sessions, please contact us to make another time.

Wednesday CeTTL workshop schedule

The e-Tuts team - a group of University of Waikato students who help staff and students with teaching and learning technology.

Teaching development resources

Student learning resources

For more information contact: Stephen Harlow (HAM) or Paul Woller (TGA)

Book a consultation

Hello Tutors!

If you have any questions or concerns to discuss, please don't hesitate to contact email Stephen Harlow (Hamilton), and Paul Woller (Tauranga), and feel free to make an appointment regarding:

  • roles and responsibilities;
  • managing and structuring tutorials;
  • referring students to other support services;
  • providing feedback and assessing students' work;
  • engaging and dealing with students; and
  • any other point related to your job role