At my university, traditionally a few lectures of a course should be tutorial sessions. The idea is that instead of covering new materials, the teacher should go over many exercises so that student learn how to solve problems.
My colleagues do these sessions differently. Some go over some examples and let student work in group themselves for the rest of the time. Some would ask students to come to blackboard to solve problems in the front of the class.
Do you organize such tutorial sessions? What format do you use?
Update, I have arranged office hours, but so far no student has ever come. I suspect very few of them will eventually come to office hours.
Also the lectures are of 105 minutes each time. I usually take 5 minutes break in between.
I am thinking of telling students this next tutorial
You vote to decide which category of problems we will talk about.
A problem from the chosen category will be given, with some hint.
You work by yourself or in group on the problem for 5 minutes.
A random student is chosen to present his/her solution to the class
Name another student to represent you if you don't want to talk.