Tag: after school learning

Math Tutors: How to find the best for your child

Finding a math tutor for your child can feel like a daunting and important task. In the modern age, it is tempting to look up “math tutor” in your preferred search engine and hope for the best. Unfortunately, the millions...

/ April 15, 2019
after-school learning

How to make after-school learning more effective?

Often, Talentnook sees parents trying to find tutors from different parts of the city – be it for piano lessons or math tutoring. As a parent, we also understand the concern in driving the kids long distance for a class....

/ March 6, 2019

The smart guide to being a successful tutor

As tutors, we hope that new prospective clients and students become aware of the services and enroll on a monthly basis. However, there are a few things we can do to nudge this process along of getting better visibility and...

/ February 5, 2019

How to battle your math troubles

Math is one of those few subjects that becomes a giant obstacle in every kid’s lives. Unless they are a natural math wiz, everyone struggles to keep up with the demands of the subject. It is not just the kids,...

/ July 24, 2018

Referral program by Talentnook

Talentnook now introduces referral program. If you know a passionate teacher, who is eager to put in extra hours during the weekends, or looking to venture out on their own, invite them to Talentnook. Proudly called the ‘

/ May 22, 2018

How can high school students become better part-time teachers?

Students, especially high school students who are passionate about teaching and looking to make quick often wonder about becoming a teacher. From exploring this option as an avenue to share knowledge, or to brush up the skillset, it has become...

/ May 8, 2018

Purpose of Talentnook

If you are a teacher, chances are that you will be highly benefited out of Talentnook.  Talentnook is one of a kind, rather world’s first neighborhood learning community for kids. With a goal to create a platform for teachers to...

/ April 17, 2018