Remote Presence

Remote Presence |riˈmōt ˈprezəns|
(noun)



1. The Intelligentsia solution to the dependency students often develop on their tutors.

 

  • The maintaining of momentum through constant presence for the student, even when not in a tutoring session.
  • Method of structuring time, having deadlines for when work needs to be done, and checking in from afar—phone, text, email to make sure that assignments are completed and consistent in quality: Adi made sure Kevin had completed his Calculus work accurately through remote presence, checking a scanned version of the assignment on his email.