Month: September 2012

Sep 19

A Positive Approach to Tutoring

Educational Psychologist and School on Wheels tutor, Michael Geisser, provided many practical strategies to encourage positive behavior during tutoring. At the workshop, School on Wheels tutors were able to share problems, learn from “mistakes”, and work towards solutions. Below are some great resources Michael shared with School on Wheels.

Expectations Rules

SLANT Sitting Smart

Voice Noise Levels

About the presenter:

Michael Geisser is a Licensed Educational Psychologist in private practice in Los Angeles – his home town. He is also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who just retired after 33-years experience as School District Psychologist and Director of Psychological Services/Positive Behavior Support within public schools. He has been a part-time Instructor for graduate studies in the Psychology and Educational Psychology/Counseling Departments at CSUN for over 20 years. Since retiring from the public schools in July 2011, he has been a volunteer tutor with the School on Wheels program as well as a volunteer docent at the Museum of Tolerance.