In Richard Ashelford’s next musing, he explores some admissions behind his English tutoring, points that we can all relate to as tutors. Frankly honest and bitingly accurate, Richard takes us on a journey again …
In this next instalment of a series of QT participant-authored blogs, Richard Ashelford recounts how he gets students to focus on their own knowledge, and how this can sometimes have unexpected consequences …
In the first of a new series of QT participant-authored blogs, Daniel Dipper gives us his account of how the QT course has changed his approach to tutoring.
The most important thing that I’ve learned is that tutoring is all about a relationship. — Daniel Sunshine
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
It’s really important that the educator shows the students there is purpose in what they’re doing. — Fran Spalter
Widening gaps, crammed curricula and reading milestones should all be up for review right now.
E-safety, germ theory and being patient with your family. What the Coronavirus curriculum could look like…
Schools are facing a really steep learning curve and it would be helpful if parents were mindful of that and gave schools the time and the space to work things out.