Too often, tutors are undervalued and underrepresented. Fionn Finegan and the team at TutorCruncher share this same vision.
Month: October 2020
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Clio Tucker O’Sullivan delivers an assessment of how her journey from struggling with concentration and organisation at school, through her eventual diagnosis to the lessons learnt since.
In his second appearance, Mike Michalowicz, who is is committed to helping small business owners and entrepreneurs succeed, discusses solutions in a crowded marketplace.
Johnny Manning, Amy Welch, and Tom Seddon speak from years of experience in the fields of tutoring and teaching which, as this discussion goes some way to proving, are not worlds apart.
In this, the second episode of the new Love Tutoring, with Qualified Tutor series, Julia and Alex Asher, CEO of Learncube, discuss the tips and tricks behind your first tutoring session.
Lee Elliot Major, pioneer of the National Tutoring Programme, discusses many of the current issues in the educational landscape, as well as the fundamentals of empowering students to become independent learners.
In our popular podcast series, host and full-time tutor Ludo Millar chats with tutors, teachers, edupreneurs and other tuition stakeholders to compare notes and unlock valuable insights about tutoring.
Feel free to listen to the Qualified Tutor podcast here on the website, or for a full list of the apps we can be found on, visit our page at Buzzsprout. And thank you as ever to Luke Tierney for the podcast’s sophisticated soundtrack.
Ian Gilbert has been one of the foremost leaders internationally in the field of curriculum change and advocating for a system in which students think and learn for themselves.
Hear from those in the know about the impact the QT course had on their confidence and ability and why every tutor should be seeking out training to level up.
Bramble and Will Chambers are a force to be reckoned with. Bramble possesses the scale and expertise to revolutionise online tutoring forever.
Mary Myatt has changed the way we think about schools and our approach to developing children, both academically and cognitively through an extraordinary range of literature on the subject.