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Online tutorial services are still in the early stages of development. Many students and parents are benefitting from this innovation because it helps them improve their grades and performance in school. Traditional tutorial services have plenty of limitations and hassle so most people turn online for potential tutorial services.

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The Internet, fast broadband and interactive technologies have revolutionized communication. The impact was enormous and education is an area that has reaped the benefits. On the one hand, students and pupils of all ages have access to new knowledge in a wide range of subjects and skills. On the other hand, the growth of online […]

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Online Tutoring Jobs

If you’re a people person with expertise in a particular field, job mentoring may be ideal for you. Online tutoring jobs are sought by many people in need of schooling in an equally wide range of topics. You can build a satisfying career, impressing your expertise for learners who require additional assistance. Who applies for […]

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CHOOSING A TUTOR FOR YOUR CHILD

As parents we all want our children to do well at school. Sometimes, however, children have problems, and a guardian in May the best solution. In the busy and demanding world of today, the extra time and expense of hiring a tutor is not particularly welcome. However, you can be sure that does not address […]

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10 tips to online active learning

Online Courses do not have to be the electronic adoption of the traditional correspondence course in which participant activity and engagement have often been nominal. When online courses are active, e-learners create valuable learning communities, build friendships, and share in online experiences that have similar characteristics and results as those of the conventional classroom. The […]

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n-college open learning tutoring of learners studying flexible learning elements may be done by full-time employees of the institution. If that is the case, it is quite normal for there to be various checks on the quality of the tutoring. When open learners are tutored by part-time staff whose main job is for another institution, […]

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The term ‘reading for a degree’ has been around for a long time, yet reading is a skill that relatively few students have developed as systematically as they can. The following suggestions may help students take more control of their reading styles: Remind students how easy it is to read passively: In other words, just […]

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When you only have a given number of hours to cover your parts of a programme with students, it is all too easy to fill all the available hours with planned teaching. It is important to accommodate students’ need for time to reflect on what they are learning, and to take stock of how their […]

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The same number of hours in each day is given to everyone, but time-management skills are widely underdeveloped. If we can manage our time well, we can manage just about everything else. The ten suggestions that follow can help students increase their mastery over time: Help students to see what’s in it for them to […]

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The more students know about the processes by which they learn best, the more they can harness those processes to their advantage. It is useful to build in some study-skills discussion right at the beginning of your programme, alongside the first bits of learning. Students will then see that you’re interested in helping them find […]

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