Hazel is a fount of wisdom and experience – this Q&A barely scratches the surface of Hazel’s tutoring knowledge, but there’s more than enough in here to get you started …
Helen Osmond has a goal: to turn students from maths-haters to maths-lovers. Here’s how she does it …
In the third instalment of this inspiring Q&A series, we speak to Community Member and experienced tutor, Rosanna Killick, about her tutoring ethos and tips for challenging students.
We speak to Community Member, Maryam Mohammed, about her experience in tutoring and what skills she has picked up along the way.
Every time I finish a tutoring session, I come away feeling good about what I do …
We speak to Community Member, Lisa McRobbie, about her experience in tutoring and what advice she has for tutors starting out.
The most important thing that I’ve learned is that tutoring is all about a relationship. — Daniel Sunshine
Tutors build confidence, don’t they? That’s what they really do.— Julia Silver
The single most important attribute would be to be an approachable person. — Josh Dean
I really feel it’s to try and let the pupil take as much responsibility for their own learning as possible. — Daniel Sunshine