tutee

[too-tee, tyoo-]
noun
a person who is being tutored; the pupil of a tutor.

Origin:
1925–30; tut(or) + -ee

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tutee (tjuːˈtiː)
 
n
one who is tutored, esp in a university

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It appears that training tutors on how to implement instruction produces a large effect on tutee outcomes.
The tutee is rewarded by the tutor's positive acknowledgment for learning the material presented.
Traditionally, it involves one-on-one relationships between tutor and tutee.
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