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Tutoring is our passion. The lessons are taught in one on one fashion. The focus is to help each individual student solve his or her particular problems.
We are tutoring students of all grades. Our tutoring subjects include math, English, chemistry, biology, physics and foreign languages. Test preparations include SHSAT, ACT, SAT, PSAT, PLAN, and Regents Exams. A results-driven training plan guarantees your children’s academic success!
We are on our mission to help our students achieve their highest goals. Our team of tutors consists of education experts ranging from college faculties With Ph.D, MA degrees, high school teachers with certifications, and PhD who have over twenty years of one-on-one teaching experience.
We audit tutoring session on all our tutors. This is done by sitting in the tutoring session either in person or online. Periodically, we check our students grades making sure that our tutors are doing their jobs right.
Planting the high quality seeds for the best future by tutoring our next generation.
Never give up on our students.
In tutoring, we must give our best to all students at all times and let the parents be rest assured that their children are in good hands.
We must make every tutoring lesson an excellent lesson.
- Insightful study guidance.
- Step-by-step instructions.
- In-depth learning on concept and repeated practice.
- Thorough and frequent review of all the test materials
Our number one priority is the academic progress of our students. We can make a difference in students’ academic advancements.
Our Working Philosophy:
In private tutoring profession, no one can fire you except yourself. Conversely, you are continuously hired is because the consistency in your high standard tutoring. If you do like to have a boss, that boss is the student. If he feels he is learning and the lessons are worthwhile taking, he will continue. Nevertheless, quality of tutoring is always our top priority. In the real world, we can not stress enough on the importance of this topic because it directly affects our economic bottom line.
Don’t give just a lesson but give an excellent lesson every time
Majority of customers is able to detect whether the tutor’s work is sincere or halfhearted. Hence, no one should take any students or any lessons for granted. If you did well in your own education, that is not enough to be a great tutor yet. Teaching, however, is a separate issue. If you want to be an excellent tutor, you must teach every lesson well enough so that you can earn your way to give the next lesson, and so on.
Open your math & English tutoring to everyone who wants to learn
Try to open your teaching to all the students (advanced or not advanced). 99% of our customers are not talented in math or English. Be sure that you understand teacher’s role is to help students get better on those subjects. As teachers, we are not there to choose the most talented students to teach. On the contrary, we should accept everyone who wants to take lessons.
What are the elements that constitute a good lesson?
A good lesson should consist of reviewing the content of previous lesson, learning new chapters, new concepts or formulas, checking written homework and doing flash cards. However, all these are just routines. What can we do to go beyond these routines and let the students really learn something in each lesson? How can we improve students’ math skills and reading skills?
Each student is different
Everyone is a different individual. We must take a different approach to teaching in order to meet every individual’s needs. For example, let’s say the student did not do his homework and came for the lesson. The first thing we have to do is to rescue him from the habit of not doing homework.
The fundamental truth in how to give a “good lesson” is that the tutor must let the student work on only one or two things within the span of sixty or ninety minutes. In the next lesson, you will have to test your student if he/she still remembers what you taught him last time. Ideally, if he does remember, you then can begin to move on.
Tutors must have highly effective communication skills. Try to speak slowly and clearly to your students every time you make a comment on your student’s work. Your lessons should always be in good manner and filled with friendly and encouraging atmosphere.
You must observe them closely. If a student does not respond to your comment well, try a different way. Your goal is to make your student understand a math concept well enough and be able to perform the calculations on his own.
When tutors make a comment …
When you make a comment on your student’s work, be sure to give a positive comment first. Then, you can politely point out some of the problems, whether it is misunderstanding of the problem, or calculation errors. Tell your student specifically what can be done to improve. Demonstrate how it should be calculated and how to avoid errors.
When you are demonstrating …
When you are demonstrating how a problem is solved, be sure to show the student many different problems so that the student can have a solid grasp on the details. Those steps are important because he relies on remembering those steps to do the next problems correctly. Next, let him perform the same calculation task that you just demonstrated to him and see if he is really able to do the work flawlessly on his own.
Test your Student
If it is a complex problem that involves more than 4 steps to complete, your student might not be able to remember what you just did. He might understand how you did it but it does not mean he is able to do it. So you have to rewrite the same problem and ask your student to solve it again by himself. You will be amazed to see how little he remembers what you just showed him a minute ago.
Evaluations of your students
1. The tutors should make weekly evaluations on the pupil’s progress.
2. In the first place, we make sure that pupils familiarize with their materials thoroughly before moving on to the next step.
3.Tutors should brief the parents regularly so that the parents are informed of where their child stands.
4. The bottom line is that you must evaluate your student’s progress on a minute-by-minute basis.
5. As matter of fact, the moment you find out that he either can’t do it or does not understand it, you must do something about it. Until he is doing it correctly, you will not move on to next thing.
Develop a plan for each individual student
Pedagogically, tutors should always have a clear ideas about how long will it take to achieve a certain level. He should be able to divide the long term goal into weekly tasks that manifested in the exercises and drills in each tutoring lesson.