Category Archives: Tutoring
As a tutor, it’s quite common to find yourself in the occasional creative slump. Maybe you’re struggling to find interesting ways to teach new content, or perhaps you’re just wanting to change things up with your style or approach. Or … Continue reading
On June 22nd I blogged on why Georgia’s Black Families Replace Schools With Tutors. The short answer to this question was: “While most states prohibit homeschooling parents from tutoring anybody except their own children, Georgia has no such restriction.” Remember?
Georgia’s black families now gravitate to tutoring and homeschooling. This fact is surprising because in the 1960, they fought a hard battle to gain access to the public school system. Today, this hard-won victory appears to be in vain as … Continue reading
Many students out there panic as soon as they hear the word ‘assignment’. Luckily, it’s much easier to write an assignment than you may think, if you put in the time and effort. If you’re never sure where to start, … Continue reading
This June many of TutorZ’ students will graduate. For them I am dispensing a piece of career advice: Develop a Craftsmen Mindset!
Since the Internet was created and developed over the decades, the education has never been the same. Students have changed, educators have changed, learning itself has changed. Today, there are so many ways to study anything you want! And you … Continue reading
Today I have the pleasure of sharing a guest post by Professor Abe Korn. Professor Abe is an expert at tutoring and teaching. He has been a professor at various universities for the past 30 years. Enjoy reading the article … Continue reading
Today I want to talk about female scientists (in no particular order) who have changed the world with their research. These fabulous female scientists made a mark on the world of science and forever changed the way we look at … Continue reading
Spotting an effective tutor is not as simple as it may seem. Fortunately, there are seven tell-tale signs of such highly effective tutors: 1. Subject Mastery 2. Teaching Experience 3. Preparation of Each Lesson 4. Use of High-Quality Material 5. … Continue reading
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