Institute for Academic Development
Institute for Academic Development

Individual meetings

Guidance and suggestions for running one to one meetings with your personal tutees.

Meaningful meetings

Key topics that Personal Tutors (PTs) could usefully cover with tutees at each stage of their study at the University. The guidance is aimed at all PTs but will be of particular benefit to new PTs. Particular focus on course choice, exam prep, reflecting on results, special circumstances, and related. Gives a suggested timetable as to when meetings could usefully be scheduled each year.

Managing individual meetings

General guidance for Personal Tutors on running successful individual meetings; includes advice on agenda setting, listening skills, summarising and clarifying, and setting agreed actions.

Meeting undergraduates - potential questions

More detailed suggestions for one-to-one meeting topics and questions for different stages of an undergraduate student’s degree programme. Focussed on: goal setting, graduate attributes, career planning, and recording achievements.

Meeting on campus postgraduates - topics

What can you and your student discuss? (Postgraduate Taught Face-to-Face Courses).

Meeting online postgraduates - topics

What can you and your student discuss? (Postgraduate Taught Online and Distance Learning Courses).

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