Deciding to hire a tutor is only the first in what could be a lengthy and confusing decision making process.
Not only are there many tutors to choosse from, but there also many different tutoring styles.
How do you choose which is right for you?Keep Reading >
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Managing homework is probably the hardest part of school for many students. A few simple strategies can take the stress out of homework and make it manageable.Keep Reading >
We all want our children to do well at school and can be concerned when they are not performing as well as expected and nothing seems to be working. Parents and schools have a range of options to help get to the bottom of this.Keep Reading >
The Australian tutoring industry is unregulated. This means that there are no checks and balances in place to guarantee that tutors are capable of delivering a high quality service, or that they are actually who they say they are!! This is a perilous situation for parents, but there are a few things you can do to protect your children and get the service you are paying for.Keep Reading >
When seeking either an English tutor or an ESL tutor don't risk getting the wrong tutor, as there is a vast difference between these two types of tutors and what they are able to tutor.Keep Reading >
The initial phone call from a parent enquiring about tutoring must do more than just determine costs and availability. There must be a conversation with an education professional about why tutoring is being sought and what concerns the parents have.Keep Reading >