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 recognition in the teaching community. Here is a smart guide prepared by Talentnook that will help you become a successful tutor.
Tutor business 101
Whether you are just starting out your tutoring career or having been a private tutor for a while, it is essential to get the basics right. From education to quality of teaching, one has to have good knowledge before entering the teaching field as you play a role in shaping the future of the country through education. Check out this blog by Prerna who talks about how to have your own tutoring business.
A good resume is your trump card into getting new students. It is not just about putting your accolades to paper but also about selling yourself in the best possible manner to prospective clients. Wondering how to get that sorted? Our in-house team spoke with tutors to create this article on how to write a good resume.
Technologically advanced classrooms
You can be a classroom teacher but having a good working knowledge of technology is essential in this day and age. We don’t just mean using excel sheets to track students and planning classes but using this new-age revolution for better and effective communication. Read more about how to effectively use technology in a classroom in this blog.
Penny saved is a penny earned
We have all heard this phrase through our life – a penny saved is a penny earned, and for good reason. Despite having a flourishing tutoring career, we often find tutors struggling to keep a good bank balance at the end of the month. While making money, it is also essential to know how to save money. Wondering what are the ways to save more from your tutoring earnings? Don’t worry, we have that covered for you!