4 edition of How to tutor your own child found in the catalog.
How to tutor your own child
Marina Koestler Ruben
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marina Koestler Ruben|
|LC Classifications||LC41 .R83 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010050451|
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The title is a bit misleading because the book is really about how to provide an enriching educational environment to your child, the actual sit-down tutoring session is only covered in a few pages.
The book, however, has a wide range of excellent and practical recommendations/5. The book also details how to tailor the tutor relationship based on the child's needs as an individual, as well as by grade level.
Overall, I think the book is highly effective. The reader is bound to pick up at least a few tips & tricks to help them get started tutoring.
I think it's a valuable book 4/4(12). How to Tutor Your Own Child builds on the idea that you can and should be academically engaged with your own child on a regular basis.
As a professional tutor, I’d like to use the knowledge gleaned from my tutoring experience with hundreds of students to show you how.4/5(12). About How to Tutor Your Own Child. Tutoring today is a $4 billion industry (yes—billion) with companies like Sylvan Learning Center and Kaplan Tutoring cashingwhat are parents of today’s overextended students to do.
Top professional tutor Marina Koestler Ruben empowers you to take a do-it-yourself approach to your child’s after-school enrichment. How to Tutor Your Own Child: Boost Grades and Inspire a Lifelong Love of Learning--Without Paying for a Professional Tutor: Ruben, Marina Koestler, Richards, Gerald: Books - /5(5).
Buy How to Tutor Your Own Child: Boost Grades and Inspire a Lifelong Love of Learning--Without Paying for a Professional Tutor Original by Marina Koestler Ruben (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 5.
Top professional tutor Marina Koestler Ruben empowers you to take a do-it-yourself approach to your child's after-school enrichment. As a parent-tutor, you will learn how provide holistic academic support for your children and create an intellectual environment in the homestrengthening your relationship and improving parent-child communication.
A practical guide to tutoring your children yourself, at homeMany parents don’t spend too much time worrying about homework or tutoring until their child shows signs of lagging behind at school. Yet new research suggests that from the time children are babies, it is important to talk and read to them, since.
Whether reading to a child, sharing reading, or listening to a child read aloud, there are many strategies a tutor can use to improve the skills of a young reader. Learn about the strategies from modeling to KWL that are useful for tutoring children in grades one through three.
A top academic tutor gives parents the tools they need to inspire after-school learning at home, without having to hire a pricey tutor. Marina Koestler Ruben, in-house tutor at Sidwell Friends School (better known as the school the Obama daughters attend), knows a thing or two about today’s high pressure for academic achievement.
Tutoring Your Own Child in Reading and Math: A How-To Guide. If your child is struggling in reading or math, then tutoring him or her at home may be the answer.
When you're tutoring your own child, it can be challenging to separate learning time from family time. The follow tips can help you tutor your child successfully. Invite the child to choose books she would like to read.
Repeat familiar, well-loved books often. Get to know the book Share your own reactions to the story and characters. If you are a tutor who works with a 3- to 5-year-old child, you can offer support that helps a child. There are a wide variety of ways to support your child’s learning from the comfort of your own home.
One technique you can use, which is widely seen by tutors as being highly effective, is to focus only on the areas in which your child is finding difficulties. BOFA can help you do this, by creating personalised reports which show exactly what your child can and can’t do.
Set up a free tutoring profile. Your profile is essentially your own website to attract new students. Make sure your profile stands out and advertises you well. Write about your education, experience, and explain how you teach and why you love it.
Be sure your profile image is inviting; a logo can work here, but students prefer to see your. Get this from a library. How to tutor your own child: boost grades and inspire a lifelong love of learning, without paying for a professional tutor. [Marina Koestler Ruben] -- "Tutoring today is a $4 billion industry (yes--billion) with companies like Sylvan Learning Center and Kaplan Tutoring cashing in.
Tutors can earn up to $22 per hour, and the only prerequisites are eligibility to work in the US or Canada, a bachelor’s degree and a year of educational, tutoring, or coaching experience. After you complete your application, just remember to schedule your video interview.
This is the single most important component of the application process. When you’re looking for a private reading instructor for your child, try to find one who uses an MSLE or OG program. Ideally, your tutor should use the same program your child’s school uses, or coordinate with the school.
The tutor may be able to fill in parts of the program that the school doesn’t use or doesn’t have time to cover. You'll also improve your own English and maths skills and develop an understanding of non-verbal reasoning puzzles.
On the negative side being your child's 11+ tutor can be quite stressful, especially if your child is strong-willed and is very resistant to doing schoolwork with you (though they'd be beautifully behaved for a tutor!).
Obviously. Be sure to hire a tutor who is certified in one of the Orton-Gillingham-based receive a list of Certified Barton tutors in your area, click here, then fill in the you can’t afford a professional tutor, and you don’t want to tutor your own child, perhaps a friend, neighbor, or relative would be willing to do the tutoring.
A Good Tutor Tries to Put Himself Out of a Job Marina Ruben, author of "How to Tutor Your Own Child," says that while tutors certainly want to make some cash, you'll know a good tutor when your child does so well that he doesn't need his tutor anymore. "He or she should want to transfer skills to the student, striving to help the student become.
Help your child select reading materials that reflect his interests, and encourage him to bring his own experiences to his understanding of a book. Form a book group. If your child has friends who enjoy similar books, get them together to discuss what they’ve read or to collaborate on a project, such as a mural or a skit about the story.
Your child may qualify for free tutoring, but you need to know your rights and ask questions to get the full benefit of the services the law requires.
by: GreatSchools Staff | September 9, Print article. Hundreds of thousands of students are eligible for free tutoring under the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law, but less than 15% of.
There are many ways to advertise your tutoring skills online. You can create your own website – like an online résumé you can refer potential clients to. You can post on social media about your availability as a tutor.
Or you can post advertisements on various website platforms to garner more interest in your budding : K.