You've already decided that you want to get some extra help for your child, and are considering exactly what kind and how much extra help would be perfect. First of all, if hiring a tutor or finding extra resources has crossed your mind you should follow through and see what's available.
As admission standards to high schools and universities continue to become more and more difficult, a private tutor is an educational supplement that parents are increasingly looking to as an option. However, there are many questions that parents frequently have as they initiate the process.
If you have homeschooled for any amount of time (or even if you've just kicked around the idea of homeschooling in lighthearted conversation), you have had this thought or have been asked this question: "What about socialization?" This is a topic that seems to automatically arise in any discussion about homeschooling.
Every family that decides to homeschool must tackle the issue of grading. Do grades help you assess your child's progress? Or is the whole reason for grading a throwback to a content standard in public schools that is not really relevant to homeschoolers?
How often have you wished for a few extra hours in the day in order to manage your homeschooling lifestyle? The day won't get any longer, but you can get stronger in your ability to deal effectively with each day. I've included some time management tips that can get you back on track in your daily life.
There're some useful tips of how to create an amazing thanksgiving ecard with PowerPoint. It will be easy to deal with all kinds of people to create your own last-minute ecard.
Pupils and students in school today are subject to teachers who are teaching in a regime of relentless change. The teachers are under great pressure to achieve targets and fill in all the tickboxes and paperwork that lies behind it. Teachers have lives too, and when they become overburdened then something has to give.
Parents need to weigh their choices in the education of their children. When they study it out they may find that the best education may not always come from what they first assume will be best.
As a tutor, it is common to find yourself tutoring a student with learning difficulties. These students need a learning environment which will facilitate their unique needs. This is often not available in a public classroom setting. These top tips will show you what you need to do.
One of the big decisions you will probably have to make if you want to offer private tutoring is how much to charge. If you're working through an agency then the rates are likely to be set for you. If not, then fees for your private tutoring are something for you to decide. But how?