Posts Tagged ‘ educators ’

KONY 2012

  Have you seen this video? over 21,000,000 have! Why can’t something like this dominate our conversation? So much is small in comparison. The voice of the People is going to change the world…not politicians! Check out this video on YouTube: …

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Wikipedia and Freedom of Speech

From January 18th at midnight to January 19th at midnight WIKIPEDIA will be voluntarily blacking out their English website to protest the SOPA and PIPA bills. To read more got to :  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:SOPA_initiative/Learn_more

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Twenty-One Keys to Successful Tutoring

1. Extoll your pupil for good behavior; ignore half the bad behavior, and reason with them regarding the half. Don’t, however, debate over a clear violation of the rules. 2. Have a positive attitude. If you can’t be engaged and …

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Using the Myers-Briggs Test to Become a Better Tutor

Every student is unique. The challenge for many tutors, then, is to modify their teaching approach to the student while maintaining fidelity to the material at hand. This is no easy task; indeed, many would probably argue that it is …

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What’s the best way to improve your tutoring skills?

We are inviting comments here:

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Choosing My Fee Range

Many of the tutors ask us this question and our response is it is up to you. And that you can easily see what the other tutors are charging by looking at their profiles on our website. Also, keep in …

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What factor should I consider when choosing a fee?

We believe that your total Tutoring Match charge and your Take-Home fee should take into account a number of factors: Your experience level – How do you value your expertise? Your reputation – How well are you known and respected …

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Holistic Education

With the value of education and training in today’s highly competitive, technological world, more and more parents are searching for ways to educate their children in creatively holistic ways. Despite the rise of charter and magnet schools where students pursue …

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Goals of Tutoring

Our view of tutoring is more than a quick fix to a high grade on the next test.  While we can help achieve that, our goal is always about developing greater individual skills and becoming more knowledgeable and independent in …

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Tutor’s Fee Range

What is a “good” fee range? How much of a difference should there be between my maximum fee and my minimum fee? Many of the tutors ask us this question and our response is, “It is up to you.” But, …

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