4 Ways to Take Advantage of a Slow Tutoring Season
When schools empty out for the summer, often times a tutor’s work calendar empties out with them. Vacations, summer camps, and students looking to simply take a break can result in lost business and costly cancellations.
What then is a tutor to do to keep business moving forward in these leaner times? Here are four suggestions for turning a slow …
The Benefits of Starting a Tutoring Blog
Why not use that time to do something that will improve your tutoring business? Starting a professional tutoring blog can provide you with a slew of benefits to not only …
3 Steps to Encourage Student Mindfulness
As educators, one of our most important roles is helping our students acquire knowledge and giving them authentic opportunities to apply it. Typically, these efforts are focused on curriculum and standards-based skills.
3 Side Hustles for Tutors
For many people, tutoring is a way to earn some extra money. For others, tutoring is a full-fledged career. Regardless of the role tutoring plays in your personal financial situation, there are times when having a little extra money on hand can make a big difference!
Since most tutoring clients are typically unavailable during the day, tutors have a ready-made window of opportunity to …
Benefits of Offering a Trial Tutoring Session
As a tutor, the process of finding clients that are a good fit for your teaching style and professional expectations is often an underappreciated step in growing a tutoring business. Just as a client deserves the right to evaluate your potential effectiveness, so too a tutor deserves the opportunity to evaluate the working relationship with the client. One of the most beneficial …
Practical Advice for New Tutors (Part 3) – Avoid Financial Surprises
Tutoring is a great way to create an income stream that is both rewarding and flexible. However, there are some things you should do to ensure you can avoid financial surprises that come with creating your own tutoring business.
Any time you …
So you’ve decided to get serious about finding more tutoring jobs. Great. But how do you get the ball rolling? What techniques or services are available to help? In this tutorial, learn what it takes to find more tutoring jobs in your area.
Find More Tutoring Jobs
There are many paths towards greater student leads. It’s most important that you put yourself out there in as many ways as you …
How Much To Charge For Tutoring
Factors that affect how much a tutor charges include location, education, and experience. A typical tutor will charge between $17 and $45 per hour, according to our tutor pricing calculator. An experienced, certified teacher might charge up to $76 per hour.
The three most important factors in determining how much to charge for tutoring are:
Location Subjects offered Qualifications
To fairly compensate yourself, …