In the face of threatened school closures, we need to plan how to use the time productively. Maybe we can even turn a crisis into an opportunity.
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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.
Off the back of a hugely successful conversation with Mike Michalowicz on the Qualified Tutor Podcast, we decided to summarise Mike’s 7 key points for tutors.
Just over a month after we brought the Love Tutoring Festival 2021 to a close, we bring you … our shiny new Festival Report.
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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
Spotlight on Gavin McCormack: The Change that a World-Renowned Educator Wants to See in the World Podcast Transcript
It’s the return of the podcast, which means a return of the transcript … thanks Jack!
have fun reading through this one – Gavin’s just a bit special. Don’t forget to check out Empathy Week!
THE QUALIFIED TUTOR BLOG SHARES EVIDENCE AND THOUGHTS ON TUTORING, HOW WE TUTOR AND WHAT WORKS WELL.
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I think that relationship-building with inspirational and caring adults is a fundamental benefit of tutoring.
Learning is the interplay between knowledge and skills. It is through the application of skills to knowledge that we can pass exams, get through school and learn a foreign language.
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.