Tutors meet with students to clarify and review concepts taught in class, explain processes, and help students solve specific problems. Mentoring supports classroom-focused activities, and as such, the emphasis and content of tutoring sessions are determined by the student's needs. A tutor is responsible for helping students learn and understand new concepts and complete tasks. They prepare lessons by studying lesson plans, reviewing textbooks in detail to understand the topic they will teach, and providing additional projects if needed during a session.
The tutors are responsible for helping students understand the different subjects. They evaluate, help and encourage students in learning processes. These professionals also review the materials used in the classes, explain various topics and answer all the student's doubts and questions regarding that topic. Its functions are a complement to teaching in the classroom.
They can work in schools by giving additional support to children with problems in some subjects.