Friday, October 11, 2002
I thought I might toss a question out to the list and see if we could get a conversation going. This is my first quarter as a tutor at DePaul University's Writing Center in Chicago, so I'm still a bit of a neophyte, but I'm eager to pick up new tips and tricks to use in my sessions. In that spirit, what's the most valuable piece of advice about tutuoring that you've received?
By Faith at October 11, 2002
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