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5 Clever SAT Preparation Videos to Share with Your Tutoring Students

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Though you may have a defined strategy for helping your students achieve their best scores on the SAT, you may from time to time want to mix up your tutoring experience and connect with your students on their level. Online video is a great way for tutors to connect and engage with students online and […]

 
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10 Jaw-Droppingly Awesome Infographics on Education

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Infographics can change the way we learn, the way we see information put in front of us.  They help us digest that information and leads us to draw important conclusions more swiftly. After doing a little research online I was able to discover 10 gorgeous infographics on education that do more than simply show information, […]

 
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How School of One is Changing the Way Math is Taught

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Every day in a normal classroom, a math teacher stands up at the front of the room and lectures to students. The students who struggle sit in silent vigil while teachers continue foward, past the point where they got hung up. If the teacher is sick, tired or exhausted, they bring that up to the board […]

 
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The Joy of Improving SAT Test Scores: 5 Tutoring Blog Articles to End Your Week

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We took a little “mental health” day on the blog last week and skipped over our new installment on the Learning Analytics blog, “5 Tutoring Blog Articles to End Your Week.” Instead we put the finishing touches on our newest and greatest e-book “ACT vs SAT: Which Test Should You Choose?” If you haven’t downloaded […]

 
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How to Use Learning Analytics to Choose ACT vs SAT [NEW EBOOK]

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When you’re preparing your students for their college entrance exams, how confident are you that you’re on the right path to improving their score? Of course, there is no way to tell how well student will perform on test day, but there are predictors you can lean on to take away most of the guesswork. […]

 
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If Tutoring is a Dirty Word, Change the Connotation

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Do you feel that tutoring has become an ugly word, a dirty word – within the larger academic community? When you’re meeting new people and telling them about your tutoring business or the fact that you’re a tutor by profession, how do the individuals around you respond? Do they embrace your profession or do they […]

 
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Supercharge Your Students: 5 Tutoring Tips to End Your Week

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This is the second installment of our new weekly round-up “5 Tutoring Tips to End Your Week”! Last Friday, I launched the new version of the round-up thus moving away from featuring general education blogs and articles and shining the light on tutors and education consultants who blog. As always, if you have a recommendation […]

 
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Real Tutors Speak: 5 Tutoring Tips to End Your Week

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So, I’ve decided to change the pace on the Socrato blog a bit. On Fridays I normally run a column called “” where I hand pick articles on education throughout the blogosphere. However, I’m beginning to wonder if they are as helpful as I’d like them to be for our readers. So, I’ve decided to […]

 
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Why the Independent Educational Consultant is the Hottest Job in Education Today

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Independent Educational Consultant: if it feels like you”re hearing about this position more and more in the news, blogs and out-and-about at education industry conventions, you”re right, you have. Don”t be surprised either if you continue to hear even more about it. Last year was a big year for the profession, as that it saw […]

 
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Tutors Taking Over: 5 Education Articles to End Your Week

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The tutoring industry continues to be a very necessary supplement to the educational world. Let’s take a look at how tutors are shaping the educational world and reaching out online to make tutoring more convenient than ever before. 1.   SATs, Tutors, & You by Eve Kelly, San Diego Reader In this week’s San Diego Reader, […]