Top 7 Benefits of Online Tutoring in 2018

It used to be that tutoring was seen as a solution for an imperfection, only needed if a student had an issue. More recently, as state-funded schools struggle with swelling class sizes and shrinking budgets, tutoring – especially virtual online tutor – is becoming a...

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Advantages Of Reading And Virtual Learning For Test Takers

  Something that happens numerous times in my classroom is when students approach me and ask “How can I improve my test scores for exams?” I’ve noticed that good readers usually have more developed higher order thinking skills and computer-based or virtual learning...

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Why You Need To Put Down The Cell Phone More Often

A recent article published in the BBC reports that ‘An overuse of mobile phones by parents disrupts family life, according to a survey of secondary pupils.’ An alarming amount of pupils who took part in the survey claim that they have previously had to ask their...

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How Much Does a Private Tutor Cost?

  "Individuals generally charge according to their level of education and experience. Expect to pay $12 to $20 per hour for a high school student, and up to $85 per hour for a certified teacher with top-notch experience. A teacher trained and qualified to work with...

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Mastering the 2014 GED Test: One Simple Suggestion

There is no doubt that the 2014 GED test is a difficult assessment for students to pass. It is completely computer-based and the knowledge that students are required to possess prior to the GED test is more extensive than it has been in previous years. Hopefully, your...

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Shaping Collaborative Leadership in Higher Education

A leader’s approach and ability to channel stakeholders’ talents and energy toward a specific goal in which everyone has a stake that is deeply rooted in the leader’s own values, beliefs, and experiences. These collaborations directly affect both the leader’s...

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