GPC TUTOR CONFERENCE 
 SESSION 5 

 2:00 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. 

How to Write Technical Reports for Lab Classes

 

H. Lee

B1501 

Mathematical Logic Rules and Truth Tables

 

A. Kibret

H. Tran

B2300 

Improving Student Success @GPC:  Tutors and Librarians, partners in a shared mission

 

S. Pieper

A. Mallard

B2305

(session also at 9am)

So What: Making Tutoring Content Relevant for Today’s Students

 

R. Cofer & tutors

B2301 

The LTC’s Tutoring Philosophy

 

N. McDaniel

B1502 

 

 

How to Write Technical Reports for Lab Classes

Presenter

Dr. Harry Lee

Clarkston Learning and Tutoring Center, GPC

 

Description

 

This presentation will include the general procedure to write a technical report, contents which should be included in each section, appropriate formatting, numbering, wording and referencing, and data analysis by using MS Excel.

Location

B1501

 

 

 

Mathematical Logic Rules and Truth Tables.

Presenter

Anteneh Kibret, Hieu Tran

Decatur Learning and Tutoring Center, GPC

 

Description

 

 

The basic concept behind critical thinking and Mathematical reasoning is logic. This workshop will provide tutors with a general overview of Mathematical logic concepts and rules.

 

 

Location

B2300

 

 

 

 

Improving Student Success @ GPC:  Tutors and Librarians, partners in a shared mission

Presenter

Scott Pieper, Librarian Instructor, GPC

Ann Mallard, Associate Library Director, GPC

 

Description

 

GPC Librarians offer a guided exploration of library resources and services.  Find out how the library can support your work with GPC students.  We’ll debunk misconceptions about GALILEO’s Discover search and we’ll describe the many online resources available through GPC Libraries.

 

Location

B2305

 

session also at 9am

 

 

 

So What:  Making Tutoring Content Relevant for Today’s Students

Presenter

Rebecca Cofer, Taylor Wilson, Clara Grace Coker and Josh Clements

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

 

Description

 

Join us for an interactive session that will show tutors and administrators how to make content matter to tutees, no matter the student or the material.  Many tutors find themselves working with students that don’t see the relevance in the material.  Come learn where to go with this struggle! 

 

Location

B2301

 

 

The LTC's Tutoring Philosophy

 

Presenter

Nancy McDaniel

Dunwoody Learning and Tutoring Center, GPC

 

Description

 

Tutoring is serious business! Learn how to make it successful before you even say, 'Hello, what are you working on today?'

 

This presentation will introduce the three parts of our new tutoring philosophy statement and how to make each of these points practical and relevant to every tutoring session.

 

 

Location

B1502

 

 

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