When children start having difficulty in school, their love for learning soon begins to fade. Poor grades, social problems, and even problems at home are the inevitable results.
Occasionally we get emails from both students and tutors who have had a good experience working with our tutoring referral website, TutorMatch.com. Since I’ve taken a short break from blogging over the holiday I thought now we would be a good time to get back into it by relating some of these positive testimonials:
States are making little or no progress in providing affordable college opportunities or improving college completion rates for their residents, says a report released today by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. The findings come as states face massive budget shortfalls that threaten higher-education funding, and the U.S. continues to lag behind other advanced nations on measures of higher-education performance.
Repetition can be extremely helpful in the learning patterns of students and should be used on a daily basis when tutoring children with their homework.
Homework help can be a daunting experience, especially for those parents that have been out of school for years. Use these tips to make the process easier while helping your child to understand the concepts that have been taught that day at school.
A few people have been bugging me lately by mistreating the English language, and I thought I might get my frustration out and clear the air about a few myths at the same time. The following are a few phrases and oft-used words which shouldn’t be so oft-used at all.
I found another great website which I felt I had to share with you – GrammarNOW.com. This site is an awesome resource for anyone looking for help with grammar, usage, composition, or editing.
I recently came across a new website, called TeachersServant.com, which I thought might be useful to tutors. It’s a time management solution for teachers and tutors which need to organize lesson plans, schedule tasks and reminders, and generally stay on top of any kind of schedule.
Choosing a tutor for a second language, be it German, French or Spanish, is not a decision that should be taken lightly. Whether the reason for learning the language is a trip abroad or simply personal growth, proper enunciation, vocabulary and meaning are crucial in the development of the language.
Many high school students have a difficult experience with their first classic literature assignment. So how do we break the barriers between literature and learning?