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 …
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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.
Qualified Tutor is joined by agency leaders, Georgina Green and Johnny Manning, and TTA President, John Nicols, to discuss the role that tuition companies have in today’s industry, as well as aims and objectives for the future.
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.
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.
Amanda Cremona has been an integral part of the QT Community since the very early days. Here, Amanda shares a powerful story of resilience; one which contains a level of vulnerability and honesty that we rarely see in the online sphere in this day and age. Read on to be inspired by Amanda’s journey
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!
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.
In the third of this 4-part series on behaviour, Jack again challenges us to question how we act. What we do matters but this doesn’t have to daunt you as a tutor – in fact, it can be the start of something special with your student, just like our 2 favourite hobbits …
In the second of the 4-part series, Jack Simmonds challenges us to question our own perceptions about behaviour in our students. Take, for example, the old stereotype of the distracted student rocking on their chair: are they really distracted, or are they trying to tell us something?
In the next of a series of blogs on what we love about tutoring and how you can fall in love with it, Julia assesses the importance of a tutor’s commitment. Acknowledging how tricky tutoring can be, Julia combines encouragement and advice in this bit-size piece …
Do you want to learn more about our Level 3 Qualification? Daniel Dipper, one of our first graduates from the Level 3 Qualification, gives his assessment of what he’s learnt from this course, including the power of community and the level of feedback he received from his cohort
Alex Ovolen provides all of us with 3 simple strategies to implement to increase and maintain engagement online. Hint: #2 is our favourite and the one tip that most tutors will ignore …
Lucie Williams knows a thing or two about tutoring. Having worked in several countries and with students from all over the globe, she has taken her approach to language tuition to great heights. Read on to find out to become the most effective and efficient tutor you can be …