The School of Information Technology & Electrical Engineering (ITEE) is a large, well-respected school in a university that has won national awards for its teaching and research and is dedicated to providing a quality learning experience. As such, we give a high priority to professional development in teaching for all academic staff, including tutors.
ITEE continually upgrades its programs, computing and laboratory infrastructure and its teaching and learning techniques. Its programs are accredited by Engineers Australia and the Australian Computer Society.
Tutors is a term used to cover all classroom and laboratory tutors. Tutors are responsible for helping students and reinforcing course material, through interactive learning sessions with small groups of students. This goal can be achieved in many ways, by using lecture-type presentations, group discussions, hands-on practical sessions in the labs, or any combination of these.
Tutoring is an opportunity for good students to gain experience in communication, preparation, responsibility, administration, etc. All of these are skills that look good on any resumé, and will help you in your future career, whether that be in industry or academia.
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