Even the most transactional tutoring relationships can be life-changing. Embrace the role of the tutor and make every session transformative.
The best answer is: as long as you feel you have something to teach them. The second best answer is: as long as they’re willing to pay you for your time.
Think of your role as the tutor as providing that immediate feedback to keep your students to keep heading in the right direction.
The tutoring process demonstrates that most of the students do have the potential to reach this high level of learning.
Learning is the application of knowledge and skills. Once you’ve ascertained what your student knows and can do, and what knowledge and skills they need to acquire next, there are only three categories of tutoring activities to plan. Most of your tutoring sessions will include a combination of all three.
Whether you give away the first lesson free or not, it’s vital to make a good impression on a new student and their parents. Here are the 5 things you need to know for a strong start.
I love the way they help. The pressure they relieve. The confidence they instill.