3 Ways to save money and time with online learning system

3 Ways to save money and time with online learning system
3 Ways to save money and time with online learning system An online learning system is usually a portal on the Internet that will allow you to undertake a course on a specific subject matter, without having to travel to a campus or classroom. In today’s society online learning such as this has become increasingly popular with students who also have a 9-5 day job or other activities that make it hard for them to attend pre-set classes throughout daytime or evening hours. Continue reading “3 Ways to save money and time with online learning system”

Find a perfect home tutor for your child

Find a perfect home tutor for your child In today’s world parents are so much engaged with their busy schedule that they are not having time to help their kids with their studies. Not only with the studies but this situation prevails while helping them with any sort of extra curricular activities too. Even if parents want to help their kids with their studies, they are bound with several activities that they are not able to help them. Thus, as a result they need to hire a reliable home tutor or private tutor for their kids. Continue reading “Find a perfect home tutor for your child”

How to find the right tutor for your child?

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individuality tutoring The thought of how to find the right tutor for your child can be frustrating. A lot of parents who have not had to hire a tutor before, have a hard time knowing what to look for when the time comes to do so. Many children struggle in certain subjects in school, and need a tutor to help them become knowledgeable in those areas. Tutors can be found for free or for a fee, so it is important to find the right tutor for your child. Being able to trust your child’s tutor is a very important part of the hiring process. Someone who cannot be trusted should not be a tutor for a child who needs to learn to be successful. Finding out tutors background both education and criminal is crucial during the hiring process. Continue reading “How to find the right tutor for your child?”

Should a child choose the private tutor?

Should a child choose the Private Tutor? Tutors International’s view is that it should always be family’s decision! Tutoring agency, Tutors International, today has published an article that looks at who should be involved in the recruitment process for a private tutor, and what they should look for in the ideal candidate. “You need a private tutor that has the correct educational qualifications, the best match socially and can stimulate the student in the right way for the individual to realise his or her full potential.”
Nearly all homeschool tutoring candidates might look excellent on paper, when reading their CV, having exemplary qualifications and vast experience, so sifting through the list needs to invoke other criteria. Adam Caller, IECA Member and founder of private tutoring agency, Tutors International, published an article that questions the involvement that the students should have in recruiting their homeschool tutor, by giving an advice what they should be looking for.
Involving children in the search for their private tutor may remind the parents of The Perfect Nanny letter from Mary Poppins, “…You must be kind, you must be witty Very sweet and fairly pretty Take us on outings, give us treats Sing songs bring sweets…” and lead to unreasonable demands for a rosy-cheeked, feeble-minded governess, instead of the firm hand, that parents feel are needed to coax their children to learn.
Mr Caller, who has personally overseen the successful placement of countless private tutors worldwide, upon founding Tutors International in 1999, believes that hiring a full-time private tutor is a serious investment in your child’s education. In order to be a fruitful and happy placement, the chosen candidate needs to be welcomed by everyone involved. “Children want to learn, they want to enjoy learning and they want to feel that they have a safe, supportive environment in which to learn,” says Mr Caller. “In all of our job adverts, we state, in their own words, what the children are looking for in their private tutor. It’s very important to us to hear their criteria – and it’s usually very insightful and valid criteria.”
Full-time private tutors that live close to the family, and those that live on-site or travel with a family, spend a lot of time together. With the over several years in some cases, with that family, they become more than a member of the household staff: often they become friends, they need to be a mentor, and assistant, teach new skills to the children, desirably have knowledge of a musical instrument or another language. This is why it is vital that every member of the household meets and ‘interviews’ the final candidates, even at several extended meetings. “You need a private tutor that has the correct educational qualifications, the best match socially and can stimulate the student in the right way for the individual to realize his or her full potential,” emphasizes Mr Caller. “Only by involving every member of the family in the recruitment process can you ensure you find the right candidate in each of these areas.” About Tutors International Tutors International is a worldwide organization that provides experienced private tutors to work with children of all ages and nationalities. Tutors are available for full-time tutoring positions, for major support and tutoring outside school hours, or for home-schooling.
Tutors International provide tutors in a wide variety of situations, including international relocation, after-school support, full-time home tuition, support for AD/HD and dyslexia, home schooling for frequent travellers, college prep, and coaching. Tutors International was founded by Adam Caller who has tutored students of all ages. He has received specialist training in dyslexia and Attention Deficit Disorder and is very sensitive to children’s educational difficulties. By turning this expertise to recruiting, training and placing other tutors with HNW and UHNW families around the world Tutors International is an excellent resource offering wide experience with prestigious families. Tutors International
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How to become an online tutor?

How to become an online tutor? Diversity: Your students are likely to come from all parts of the globe. How amazing would it feel to touch the lives of people from all around the world? It’s incredibly rewarding. Schedule: Work your own hours and don’t be bound by a 9-5 routine. It helps to remove the monotonous drudgery of everyday life and keeps you happier, stress-free and allows you to do more of what you love. Exposure: By teaching online, you are exposed to many, many more potential students, allowing you to take on more students than you would otherwise be able to. It’s not that hard! As long as you feel like you can interact with people, you will be able to take on students. Patience and understanding go a long way when you’re trying to teach someone online. If you don’t have experience as a teacher, don’t worry, we believe in you! Make sure you practice what you preach, though. Work part-time: By teaching online, you don’t need to put time and money into incorporating or establishing a company or brand. You can simply use an online tutoring service to start receiving clients. How to become an online tutor? Becoming an online tutor is easy. Becoming a successful online tutor isn’t. To become an online tutor, all you need to do is decide what you want to teach and then source your clients. But how do you find your clients? You’ll need to put yourself in front of an audience of learners or scour the web for them. To source clients, using a classifieds website such as Craigslist or Gumtree can be useful. Create your classifieds adverts and wait for the clients to roll in, right? Not so fast! Normally, you’d be lucky to receive 1 client doing this, because there are literally hundreds of adverts daily on each of these classifieds, and you’ll find similar results elsewhere. A great solution to this is to put yourself on an online marketplace. You’ll pay a commission on your classes sold through these platforms, however, you will be placed in front of an audience of enthusiastic learners, which will kick-start your online tutoring career. Promoting your online classes Now you’ve got yourself set up with an online tutoring marketplace, you’ll want to maximize your earnings and build up your online feedback. We recommend sharing your class on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and more. Tap into your local network of friends and family to find your first few clients, which will help boost your inquiries. Finally, use YouTube and create a quick video of your services, if your online tutoring platform allows it, add it to your class listing. It’s a great first point-of-contact for your students, which will help you close the sale. If you’d like to become an online tutor, we suggest you check out Chalksy.com, an online tutoring marketplace dedicated to connecting tutors and learners.  

Revision tips for MBA students


 Revision tips for MBA students

Studying for an MBA may be the most important decision you made in your life and keeping on track with revision is one of the most important skills you have to learn, as it will also assist with future career development and business success. One of the most important factors to bear in mind when beginning your revision planning is that you must allow yourself enough time to thoroughly learn all the topic and subject areas that are likely to be examined. Continue reading “Revision tips for MBA students”

Private schooling or private tuition?

Private schooling or private tuition? It is no secret to any parent that the tens of thousands of pupils enrolled in the British public school system run the risk of having a challenging time during their education. In fact, if you were to analyze the official data released by the UK authorities, you can see that some statistics support as low as four in ten students having a good chance of scoring a collection of A-grade GCSE’s and a happy time emotionally at school. Moreover, remember that all the top universities are introducing tougher admission standards. In the light of these facts, it’s only natural that concerned parents are re-evaluating their options, trying to figure out what would work best for their children: private tuition or private schooling? Continue reading “Private schooling or private tuition?”

Online vs In-person tutoring

Online vs In-person tutoring What are the benefits of online tutoring? The benefits of online tutoring are numerous; we’ll start with your wallets. Online tutors are normally very economical in comparison to in-person tutors. You’ll see that there is such a diverse array of tutors from all around the globe that you’re bound to find prices that are more suited to you. From $5 per hour to $40 per hour for more technical subjects. Continue reading “Online vs In-person tutoring”

LMS iTutor is here!

LMS iTutor is here!   Yesterday iTutor.com has announced that the release date of the online learning management system (LMS) will be ready in the mid-May. The online LMS will help schools and parents track progress and monitor the success of iTutor’s programs at the administrative level, at the same time providing an engaging experience for students. It will bridge the gap between what students need to know and what administrators and parents want to know. Continue reading “LMS iTutor is here!”