Online tuition is fast becoming a ubiquitous alternative to face to face tuition. Although you may have a lightning quick internet connection, the latest hardware and most appropriate software, there are a number of other factors to consider if you would like to deliver the best quality tuition. Here are Lawrence's tips to go from good to great!
You do not have to compromise on inspirational teaching and learning when you teach online. Here are two ideas, one focused on reading skills and the other on writing, to make technology an asset and not an obstacle to learning English.
Isabel September, 2017
In this blog, Dan gives five tips for teaching Business Studies online and explains how you can make the most of technology to engage your students.
Dan September, 2017
How to teach Physics online? There are probably as many answers to this question as there are tutors and teachers who try to teach online. In this blog, Chris sets out how, to him, teaching Physics to one student via online tuition isn't so different to teaching a class of students at all: you just need a plan and the right technology!
A bad internet connection can be frustrating for both student and tutor when tuition is taking place online. Following these 5 simple steps can dramatically improve the quality of connection and allow students to connect with the world's best tutors, wherever they may be!
Teaching Science online may seem a difficult task, particularly for topics typically demonstrated in the school laboratory. However, as Phil sets out in this blog, for every challenge, there is a solution. While great communication between tutor and student is key, along with careful preparation ahead of each session, there is nothing to say that online Science tuition cannot be practical and interactive!
Phil October, 2016
Our lead 7 Plus tutor Judith sets out the pros and cons of online tuition for 5 and 6 year olds. While there can be the odd technical glitch, students are getting increasingly tech savvy and online tuition widens access to top tutors, wherever you are.
Judith August, 2016
When conducting online tutoring, a teaching platform is used. This is basically an online software that allows files such as worksheets and tests to be uploaded on to a shared screen that is seen by both student and tutor. The shared screen usually comes with tools for editing/ typing/ drawing shapes/ annotating so that both parties can work collaboratively. Many of these teaching platforms also come with integrated video software so you don't need to have Skype on separately. All in all, making the experience a very interactive process.