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By online tutor Lakeland, Florida.

Innovation in online tutoring: an online tuition company shows how it’s done.

July 2015 | by Tyler Bergeron online tutor Lakeland, Florida


An online tuition company shows how online tutoring is delivered as classrooms are becoming more like workplaces where children take basic learning online through the help of short world class tutorials.

One single online class tutor exercises conducts remotely and delivers, to hundreds of children around the world. The beenfits are immense. Online tutoring is raising educational standards, reducing the cost of education, reducing unemployment and save governments money whilst the teacher acts more like a facilitator on site.

One of the pioneers of this transformation is Improve Tutoring, a UK online tutoring company which provides free online education courses, for primary and secondary school children coupled with online tutors who support children with brilliant online exercises with the support of a classroom assistants on site.

“We want to reach out to the world and share our high ability to progress children to all students in the world not just in the UK,” says Faheem Hassan.

Online tutors, provide help in math, English and science tutorials. Several schools in the US and Canada have started to partner with  Improve Tutoring focusing on helping small group of children who are being left behind.

Strong graphical tracking shows the speed at which children master exercises and pass achievement thresholds. Online tutors are able to identify under and over-performers and to target resources accordingly.

“My daughter started 2 years behind and within 6 months caught up to his potential,” says Elizabeth Powell a parent in Scotland.

For the sake of our children, and our economies with tight government budgets a revolution is coming in education.


About the authors

Tyler Bergeron is an online tutor  LakelandFlorida.

The author wishes to thank Improve’s Jason Carl for his contributions to this article.

 

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