Tutoring Introduction of CTLD Contact CTLD
share/images/oia/10X10 To encourage students have a positive attitude to learning and to assist them with course problems, the Center for Teaching and Learning Development provides all NTU students Individual Learning Consultation and Learning Partners from Dean’s List services, in which outstanding fellow students of both undergraduate and graduate from different fields provide a peer tutoring service and are willing to help students with their school work.
Individual Learning Consultation
1. Tutoring Subjects include calculus, physics, chemistry, statistics, economics, engineering, mathematics, accounting, organic chemistry, English, and Japanese.
2. Please reserve for a tutor via http://ctld.ntu.edu.tw/ls/reservation
3. Available from 12:20 to 21:20, Monday to Friday.
4. The tutoring program is located at Learning Commons 1 (B1 level of the General Library) and Learning Commons 2 (4F of Liberal Education Classroom Building).
Learning Partners from the Dean's List
1. Tutoring subjects depend on the peer advisor's personal specializations including literature, law, business, engineering and science.
2. For those students who are seeking peer advisors, please go to http://ctld.ntu.edu.tw/ls/deanlist/ , and e-mail students on the Dean's List for further appointment.
3. Please arrange a suitable schedule with each advisor.
4. The consultation will be taken place at the B1 of the general library or other appropriate places.
Introduction of CTLD (Center for Teaching and Learning Development)
Provides many kinds of study information and support for students and holds various workshops, including：
1. Individual Learning Consultation: providing individual in-person and online learning consultation. Peer tutors selected from the Dean’s List assist students in overcoming academic difficulties and maximizing their learning outcomes.
2. Learning Strategies Workshops (Workshop on Learning Strategies): introduces students to techniques and strategies that can help them improve their academic learning, such as how to effectively read textbooks, take notes, and review course materials.
3. Academic Writing Workshops: Designed for senior and graduate students, these workshop aims to familiarize students with academic writing requirements. Topics include problem formulation, literature review, experiment and survey procedures, academic language, writing styles, and research ethics.
4. Expression Skills Workshop: University education trains students to be able to apply knowledge and express creatively. This workshop aims at improving students’ presentation, discussion and communication abilities. Specific training includes oral presentation of reading critiques, oral presentation of research papers, and small group discussion and communication activities.
For more information, please contact:
Center for teaching and Learning Development