Today I want to feature a special guest post on tutoring. Read first the text, than read who wrote it…
As a teacher, you know that every student is different. Some students need more help than others to understand the material that is being taught in class. If a student falls behind, it can be difficult for them to catch up without some extra assistance. That’s where tutoring comes in.
Tutoring can make a huge difference for poor students who are struggling in school. A good tutor will help these students get caught up with the rest of their classmates and improve their grades overall. In addition, tutoring can also help boost these students’ confidence levels and give them the tools they need to succeed academically.
If you’re looking for ways to help your poor students succeed, consider offering tutoring services at your school. This could be done through after-school programs or during lunchtime periods. There are many qualified tutors out there who would be happy to work with your students on a one-on-one basis or in small groups.
The bottom line is that tutoring makes a big difference for poor kids who are struggling in school – so don’t hesitate to offer this valuable service!
Ok, who wrote this short post? Well, AI did. I found the You Write – tool via Larry Ferlazzo and well he sees both challenges and opportunities, I do think this will be a huge challenge for teachers…
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