Tutor Practice Guide – 2024
The guide will also be useful to school leaders, school improvement teams and classroom teachers to ensure tutoring is integrated into the school’s broader teaching and learning program.
Tutor Learning Initiative – 2024 funding
The department will be publishing an updated link to resources soon.
Key insights from the implementation of the Tutor Learning Initiative
The department commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to evaluate the first year of implementation of the Tutor Learning Initiative in 2021. The evaluation demonstrated many positive impacts of the initiative and the are available for download
Tutor Learning Initiative – What works? Implementation insights
The is designed to support school leaders and tutors to learn more about the positive impact of the TLI in 2021 and ‘what works’ when implementing the initiative. Along with outlining critical factors for success, it also provides an opportunity for school staff to reflect and consider any TLI implementation improvements that they may wish to make in 2024.
TLI implementation Continua
The (the Continua) is designed to support schools to reflect, self-evaluate, and track their progress towards TLI implementation. The Continua includes 6 dimensions describing the TLI policy parameters and related guidance. Each dimension is unpacked across 4 levels of proficiency to support school self-assessment and setting of developmental goals.
The Continua can be used by schools to:
- self-evaluate their current TLI implementation and small group learning practice and understand what improved practice looks like
- engage in reflection, inquiry and conversations about improving TLI implementation.
(staff login required) includes a training tutorial video, frequently asked questions and instructions on how to search the talent pool and appoint applicants who have expressed interest in employment as a tutor.
Information for families – templates
The templates can be modified to include information about the school’s selected practice approach, frequency of small group tutoring sessions and curriculum focus. Schools should consider whether this letter requires translation into a language other than English or if the English version requires tailoring to best meet their local context and community’s needs.
The following resources provide additional advice and context:
Reviewed 12 February 2024