I have finished the 5th module: Socratic Questioning and an Andragogical Approach, and is halfway through the 6th module: Balancing Your Roles as a Tutor. Now, I have finished 5.5/23 modules, and there is a long way to go.
At first, I felt daunted by the workload after scrolling through the contents. However, as I moved through the courses, I realized that each assignment did not take that much time and effort to complete. It was only slightly annoying for the first few assignments when you could only move on when the previous assignment was finished, but now, the entire module is open after the previous unit was finished. The only reason if I do not finish the course on time will be my procrastination. The solitude I get because of the ongoing virus will be a great time for me to change my habits of procrastinating. I have even finished this reflection blog earlier than the previous!
Similar to the previous reflective blog, I have continued to learn about how to be a tutor. I never realized that tutors had to follow this many ethical, etiquette, and evaluation rules! With my basic understanding, I now hope to learn more about how to use what I have learned in real practice. It is a pity that I only have my family to be a tutor to, since it breaks some ethical rules and I know them so well. However, it will be good practice. With my newfound knowledge, I will learn to respect my students, follow more social norms, and teach through questioning my students.