Online tutoring was a ‘thing’ before anyone had heard of Covid-19!
This method of teaching is an efficient and effective means of learning: there’s no getting stuck in traffic and wasting lesson time, and the online tools available make the process easy and efficient.
What’s more, online tutoring is a particularly convenient format for adult learners who have jobs or families to take into account - but many school pupils prefer it too.
I use Zoom to deliver most of my lessons, using online tools that students can access. This means lessons are interactive: students can write on the board, move things around, and it’s not just me lecturing. Each lesson can be saved and shared as a PDF, so students can review what they have learned.
When I email to each student the notes taken from each lesson, I also send tasks based on what was learned for practice. Once completed, these tasks can be sent to me for feedback and so I can plan the next lesson appropriately.
For some small groups, I use a livestream tool that means lessons can be cheaper for those short on funds.
An hour’s lesson each week, which includes the time I spend preparing, sending tasks to complete independently, assessing completed tasks, and giving parental feedback, either written or face-to-face at the end of each lesson.
£45 for each lesson.
£40 for each lesson when you pay for half a term in advance. (Number of weeks will vary each half term.)
An hour’s lesson each week, which includes the time I spend preparing, sending tasks to complete independently, assessing completed tasks, and giving written parental feedback.
Ticket prices vary, usually from around £6 per session – see Events page for details of planned sessions.