Month: November 2020

Ideology
Daniel Dipper

Tutoring Is For All

Admit it; before you were involved with tutoring (or if you haven’t been involved with tutoring, then still), chances are you had (or have) a perception that tutoring is only for those students who can afford it …

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Business of Tutoring
Ludo Millar

7 Steps to Success as a Tutor

Off the back of a hugely successful conversation with Mike Michalowicz on the Qualified Tutor Podcast, we decided to summarise Mike’s 7 key points for tutors.

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Challenges
Richard Ashelford

Making use of the power of the QT Community

Being a private tutor can be very lonely. I’ve been a tutor for a long time and I’ve worked alone. I have made mistakes, learnt from them, had problem students and learned how to deal with them. All on my own. Until now …

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Challenges
Richard Ashelford

The Letter A

A young student struggling to read frequently stopped and remained silent until I told him what the word said. It might have been a really easy word like ’car’. This continued for some time as I tried in vain to work out the problem …

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