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Online tutoring - Basic literacy skills.

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by eddiecarron, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. I have put together a plan for an individually tailored, online course particularly for Key Stage 2 children with a significant deficit in reading and other literacy skills. Contact will be by phone, email, messenger, skype etc. I will be able to guarantee significant gains.
    My problems is that I have no idea how to find my first client. Any ideas?
  2. Ah, now that's the rub.
  3. Why not register with an agency like Home-School Tutoring, no charge to you at all but they have a national network and already established website. www.homeschooltutoring.co.uk
  4. None of the tutoring agencies are really equipped to cope with online tutoring in the way that I hope to proceed. My approach is entirely new as far as I can see. It is introduced at http:\\readingandwritingproblemsresolved.blogspot.com

    I would appreciate any views from experience tutors.
    Eddie Carron


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