The concept of having a tutor can often be a cause of embarrassment and social anxiety for students. Here, Richard discusses this area by drawing on some personal anecdotes. How times change …
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Welcome to Love Tutoring: a new series of simple and practical guidance videos, blogs and podcasts, produced in collaboration with Learncube. Here, Julia lays out the strategies that yield the best results for engaging students from the very first session.
Being a private tutor can be very lonely. I’ve been a tutor for a long time and I’ve worked alone. I have made mistakes, learnt from them, had problem students and learned how to deal with them. All on my own. Until now …
Jack Simmonds gives you more than a few reasons to attend Mary Myatt’s Mastery Learning event on Wednesday 30th July at the Love Tutoring Festival.
Julia Silver, Founder of Qualified Tutor, delivers a powerful origin story. Training and professionalism in tutoring are here to stay – Qualified Tutor will be there for you all the way.
The title needs little explanation, yet this is about as far from clickbait as possible. Clio writes with honesty, intelligence and more than a splash of humour. An important read for anyone with an ADHD diagnosis … but a must read for anyone without
THE QUALIFIED TUTOR BLOG SHARES EVIDENCE AND THOUGHTS ON TUTORING, HOW WE TUTOR AND WHAT WORKS WELL.
This blog is just a slice of the buzzing conversations about tutoring and within the tuition community. So if you like what you’re reading here, then you really should join us!
The 11+, ISEB, SATs, GCSE & A-level Resource Group: How It Can Help You as a Parent, Student and Educator Podcast Transcript
Jack Simmonds is back at it again, diligently transcribing our podcast episodes for your convenience. Enjoy Agness O’Brien discussing resources and building a Community.
Love Tutoring Festival Late Night Live Podcast Transcript – Running an Agency with Ludo, Helen Kenworthy, Georgina Green and Harry Cobb
In the second of our Love Tutoring Festival Late Night Live Podcasts, Jack Simmonds again gives us the whole conversation in blog format … thank you Jack!
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 3): 5 Approaches for Rejuvenating Long-Term Client Relationships
In the final piece from this 3-part series on finding and keeping great clients, Michael gives us an insight into this important latter area: keeping (great clients). Rejuvenation is the name of the game here …
Finding and Keeping Great Tutoring Clients (Part 2): 5 Steps for Turning an Unhappy Client into a Returning Tutee
In this, the second of a new Festival-related content series, Michael Gibben gives us some simple steps to follow for managing an unhappy client … and how we can turn them into a happy one.
Love Tutoring Festival: Maths Anxiety and Dyscalculia: The How and the Why for Tutors, with Judy Brice
Helen Osmond, a well experienced Maths tutor herself, takes us through why every tutor, Maths-based or not, should attend Judy Brice’s Monday afternoon event at the Festival. (Hint: the lessons from Maths anxiety can be transposed to other subjects too …)
Amanda Cremona introduces Jack Churchill and Julia Clouter, who will be speaking on Day 1 at the Festival. An inspirational duo with a life-changing product for many students, don’t miss out …