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.
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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.
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
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
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 …
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.
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!
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.
Whether you give away the first lesson free or not, it’s vital to make a good impression on a new student and their parents. Here are the 5 things you need to know for a strong start.