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What does it mean to learn?

Yaakov Klein, teacher of Judaic Studies across all ages, believes that the essential benefit of tutoring is focusing on the child as an individual rather than a member of a group.

This powerful philosophy permeates his thinking and this striking piece delves into the heart of what it really means to ‘learn’.

Will the Educational White Paper be effective?

Victoria Burns reflects on the latest announcement for the Department for Education: the Educational White Paper.

What does it mean for parents? For teachers? And most importantly, for students?

The Emotionally Intelligent Tutor: How to Incorporate Fearlessness & Vulnerability into Your Teaching & Learning,...

The rise of emotional intelligence (EQ) as a determiner for a child's success and understanding in…

How to Incorporate Spaced Learning into Your Tutoring

Cindy Palmer, Founder of STEM Tutoring based in Washington State, has a handy tip to help…

Why the Time to Focus on Executive Function Skills is Now, with Founder of Executive...

Quite why it's taking us this long to get Sean McCormick onto the podcast, we will…

Giving Students the Tools for Autonomy, Empowering Parents to Understand their Child and Changing the...

Autonomy, responsibility, self-direction. These are basic tenets of Henry Dingle's educational philosophy. In this slightly longer…

Getting to Know the Platform Superprof: How One Brand Ambassador Explores Culture & Identity through...

Pablo is a Brand Ambassador of the hugely popular tutoring platform, Superprof. Pablo is also a…

How We Can Inspire Students to Go Further through Inquiry-Based Learning, with Founder of How...

If you find an educator with the energy for inspiring children's passion for learning, get in…

What does it mean to learn?

Yaakov Klein, teacher of Judaic Studies across all ages, believes that the essential benefit of tutoring…

Teaching Key Life Skills to Children: Empowering Students through Legal Education, with Founder of Little...

Fiona Mills is a pretty unique tutor. Unique because she's also a practising, qualified lawyer. This…

Upgrade Your Tutoring Business and Improve Your Confidence-Building Skills as a Tutor, with Sumantha McMahon:...

Sumantha has a wealth of experience in both the entrepreneurial and teaching fields. And tutoring was…

Will the Educational White Paper be effective?

Victoria Burns reflects on the latest announcement for the Department for Education: the Educational White Paper.…

Action Tutoring at 10: Celebrating a Decade of Supporting Pupils from Disadvantaged Backgrounds, with Founder...

It's not hard to see why Action Tutoring have been so successful. Built on improving lives…

In Conversation with Speaker, Author & Top 50 Influential Neurodivergent Woman 2022, Marcia Brissett-Bailey: How...

Marcia Brissett-Bailey is many things. A voice for change across many sections of society: race, gender,…

Decoding the Superpower that is Dyslexia: Helping Parents and Students Understand this Learning and Living...

Melanie Brethour is an inspiration to us all. As the mother of a child recently diagnosed…

Education, Mindset and Coaching: The Power of Believing in your Students with Founder of The...

What do you need to know to inspire your students to achieve success? Often, it's hard…

The Qualified Tutor Specialist Hubs: Discussing the Vulnerability, Transparency and Leadership that You Will Learn...

This Monday (7th March) marks the true launch of the Specialist Hubs, if you didn't know…

What does it mean to learn?

Yaakov Klein, teacher of Judaic Studies across all ages, believes that the essential benefit of tutoring is focusing on the child as an individual rather than a member of a group.

This powerful philosophy permeates his thinking and this striking piece delves into the heart of what it really means to ‘learn’.

Will the Educational White Paper be effective?

Victoria Burns reflects on the latest announcement for the Department for Education: the Educational White Paper.

What does it mean for parents? For teachers? And most importantly, for students?

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