Category Archives: Tutoring
Since Medieval historical period libraries have been the holy places of knowledge and science. The visitors were not just grass-roots, but the representatives of the top-drawer. They could read and examine a lot of highly intellectual publications. Despite the fact … Continue reading
Some mistakes are small and insignificant; others can cost us a lot. Simply avoid these common mistakes in order to be a successful tutor. No one is protected from mistakes. Even famous people are not perfect too. But in some … Continue reading
The profession of the tutor is the closest to the profession of a teacher. Both a teacher and a tutor are training their students, generously giving them their knowledge, skills, and education. However, these related professions have some important differences.
To be sure, not all economists would agree that bitcoin is money. But in this article we ignore all those politically motivated economists and focus on facts and invoke reason. And it is good day to think about whether bitcoins … Continue reading
Learning is a perplexed and consequential process. If you are involved in many various activities, your brain generates peculiar details of given information. We therefore can state that your capacity is sophisticated with accumulation of knowledge. When you are trying … Continue reading
Dear tutors, do you like your work? Students, how do you think, is it easy, interesting, good to be a tutor? Let`s talk about it! Usually people think that tutoring is just a way to earn money, a source of … Continue reading
“Tell me about the new 13th zodiac constellation”, shouted my 8 year old student Miles when I was teaching astronomy to him.
Meet our new Tutor Mr. Daniel. He lives in Rancho Cucamonga, CA and specializes in Math, Reading, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Statistics, Trigonometry, Test Prep: ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Science, SAT I, SAT II, SAT Math, … Continue reading