Who is currently using Skype in their tutoring sessions?Have you found it useful?Check out this article from the NY times about a tutoring business and Skype:…Continue
Hi all,I am starting an email list for Orton-Gillingham tutors (Barton, Wilson, other systems) to discuss ideas and share tips and business practices. Actually, I am re-starting an old list from yahoo groups that kind of died a few years back. It…Continue
Started by H. Dite Bray in General Tutoring Discussion Feb 8.
Greetings!I am a math tutor who sticks primarily to Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2. Once upon a time, I used to take on and tutor every student whose parent contacted me. I did not refuse service to any student.I am now being a little more…Continue
What changes or habits are you starting or breaking for 2014?Are you thinking of changing or raising your rates? Are you renting space somewhere? Are you changing any of your policies in your business?Continue
I have been tutoring students from several college and it seems they like to use something called MyMathLab. Students do their homework on this site and take quizzes and exams. They usually have to pay something to use the site. There is a free…Continue
Started by Jason in General Tutoring Discussion Nov 21, 2013.
Just thinking of raising rates in 2014 and I wanted to check in and see the average ratefor tutoring in your area and that you are charging.For a session (which is one hour), I charge 50.00 and give a discount if they prepay for five sessions…Continue
Hello all,I've been using a simple Excel spreadsheet for the past 6 - 7 years to keep my schedule straight. I can just cut and paste into my monthly bill to calculate the number of sessions. I bill about 14 students a month. I like to include a page…Continue
Recently I tutored an 8th grader and the parent sat with us thru the entire session. At first I didn't mindhowever in asking the child questions in an attempt to seehow she prepares now, etc the mom would jump in and answer for her.I found it…Continue
"School district to forgo private companies, pay teachers to tutor struggling students"Alachua County Public Schools will stop using private tutoring companies as part of a federal initiative to improve learning at low-performing schools, and…Continue