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A Reading Star is Born

David Lewis is a first-year Reading Corps tutor from Thornton, CO. He is serving at Tarver Elementary in Adams 12 Five Star Schools and enjoys reading, writing, and cliff diving at Casa Bonita.  981 more words


"Let's Work": Getting Back In Educational Game

I’ve been blessed to make some positive personal changes that have given me greater financial freedom to pursue entrepreneurial projects. Consequently, I remain steadfast in my goal of generating the equivalent of a teacher’s salary working as an independent contracting tutor/educator. 439 more words

NHS Peer Tutoring all week!

By Dan Yokajty

Exam week is here and students around the school are starting to stress out. Studying is a very difficult task to stay focused on. 142 more words

School Community

Tutoring sessions

Please use the links below to let our tutors know if you will be coming to the following sessions. (this is the doodle poll that was talked about in class). 8 more words

Teacher Notes

Learning by Doing

No matter how great a teacher or tutor is, they cannot learn for you.  That’s because nobody fully learns just by listening and observation – in the process of doing something for yourself, you learn by being your own teacher. 355 more words


Day One Hundred and Fourteen

Three Things I Learned:

1. Tokyo has department stores everywhere. You can just walk into any building or train station or telephone booth and suddenly you realize there’s 15 floors with all sorts of clothing stores and restaurants. 62 more words

Daily Blog: TTL

Are Private Tutors Worth the Money?

Your child is not doing so well in Maths or English at school. The subject teacher doesn’t seem unduly concerned, but there has been no discernible progress since last year. 1,296 more words