In Victoria’s 2nd blog, we look at the area of powerful feedback, building on Victoria’s experience in the area, recent Clubhouse conversations and QT’s eponymous CPD workshop. Victoria’s simple yet effective explanation here will reveal all …
Love Tutoring Festival Late Night Live Podcast Transcript – SEND & Mental Health with Ludo, Nina Jackson, Amanda Cremona and Clio Tucker
In our drive towards making the content that Qualified Tutor produces more accessible, Jack Simmonds (Course Facilitator and all-round good guy) has taken the time to transcribe the conversation from our Late Night Live Podcasts – this is Monday’s conversation. Have a read!
In her blog-writing debut, Victoria Burns gives us a true insight into the strategies she employs to allow students to build a natural connection with her. These can be implemented from today, so read on and learn …
Finding and Keeping Great Tutoring Clients (Part 1): 10 Keys to Connecting and Developing Your Relationship with a New Client
In the first of a new Festival-related content series, Michael Gibben delivers 10 ways in which he has learnt to develop strong relationships with his many clients.
In the final piece of this three-part series, Daniel brings together his guidance up til this point to discuss the final piece: the essay-writing itself. It can be easy to forget the structure and meaning of an essay, so dive in to discover what tips Daniel has learnt from his first year of writing at Oxford.
In this, the second of a three-part series on the essay-writing process, Daniel dives into his tips on note-taking. Whether you’re a mind-mapper or a bullet-pointer, the key is to use what works best for you and not to waste time focusing on the aesthetics of the notes (though colour will often help …).
In this in-depth piece, Daniel Dipper takes us through his tips for how to navigate the pressures of reading and time management in his first year at Oxford Uni. Applicable to all learners in terms of planning and preparation, learn a thing or two from Daniel’s action-packed first two terms.
Terry Tucker reviews an important work on study skills, reworking it to fit a student-led approach. Make use of this guidance to implement these successful study skills in your students … or for yourself!
As discussed in the QT Community, exam preparation is a large part of the work that tutors do. While many tutors do not want to focus their attention here, it is an unavoidable aspect of the school system. Here, Helen Osmond breaks down one of the trickiest questions that many tutors face …
In the final part of this series, Jack delivers his finest piece yet with his all-time favourite phrase: ‘they can only be what they see’. Recognising tutors are not robots, Jack espouses the advantages of showing humility to your students and the lessons this will teach them.