Tag: tutoring

Why Private Tutoring Can Be the Best Investment For Your Child

Ace private tutoring:  9 Useful tips to help you teach better.

To be able to inspire and motivate students to be the best that they can be is only one of the many rewarding aspects of being in the private tutoring business. And although it is quite difficult to pin point...

August 8, 2019
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Problems and solutions for private tutoring

Talentnook caters to bridging the gap between private after-school tutors and parents. Over the years, we have seen various obstacles tutors face in their tutoring journey. From establishing their work to finding long term students, it has been a struggle...

April 16, 2019

How to be a high school student and a part time​ tutor?

From preparing the resume for college application to studying hard for exams, high school students have a long year ahead. While school life gets the better of time, students are also looking out for part-time jobs that amp up their...

February 12, 2019

Tips to handle schoolwork​ and tutoring class

High school students have a lot going on – from handling school work, preparing for college entrance exams, and preparing for exams. Amidst all these activities, a few select students also partake in tutoring services as a way of giving...

November 13, 2018
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What are the ways to save more from your tutoring earnings

Tutors from across the world thrive on seeing their students excel in their studies. An inspiring and motivating profession, tutoring also comes with its difficulties. Most private tutors who prefer to schedule classes and teaching sessions on their own find...

October 23, 2018

Who can become a part of Talentnook?

Talentnook is world’s first after-school neighborhood learning community for kids. Founded by a group of parents who witnessed the difficulties of getting the right teachers for their children, we understand the need for user-friendly avenues. Having said that, we are obliged...

March 21, 2018

From Teaching to Tutoring

As a classroom teacher, I knew my strengths: teaching, assessment, and curriculum design, oh and most importantly developing relationships with student and families. Over the years these relationships became so strong that when the students left my classroom, they would...

March 14, 2018