3 Steps to Encourage Student Mindfulness

Learning ASL with Different Learning Styles

Learning ASL with Different Learning Styles

by RaVen Sequoia

www.ASLmasterTutor.com

Most of us, by now, have discovered we have different learning styles when mastering a subject.

There is now a newer Learning Style approach called “Multiple Intelligences”. Most traditional teaching methods that is used (and still being used) is mainly linguistic and logical teaching.

Learning Style simply means there are different techniques where a …

Tutoring Accountability

Tutoring Accountability

A lot goes into the process of helping someone learn. Strong educators and an attuned curriculum are obviously crucial. Differentiated instruction and purposeful assessments promote student buy in and a felt need for learning. However, none of these factors will lead students toward their optimal growth without accountability.

It makes sense. The best teaching and teaching materials won’t make a difference if a student isn’t compelled to engage …

10 Ways to Stay Organized When Studying

10 Ways to Stay Organized When Studying

Have you ever struggled with studying? Is staying organized and tackling information for exams a challenge? If so, there could be a simple solution. Maybe you need help with new organization techniques which will not only make studying easier, but more enjoyable. Staying organized while you study is a great way boost your retention levels and increase your overall test scores. What are …

How Your Local Library Can Make You a Better Tutor

How Your Local Library Can Make You a Better Tutor

Walk into a library on any given afternoon and you are likely to find at least one tutor hard at work with a student. Good tutors are no strangers to the library. However, great tutors know the library is more than just a venue for study sessions.

Unlock all that your local library has to offer by following these simple …

The Power of Building Parent Relationships

The Power of Building Parent Relationships

Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first –Matthew Jacobson

I keep this quote at the heart of my classroom. Each day when the first bell rings and my students skip down the hallway into my classroom, I am reminded that their parents are always their first champions. It is this thought that keeps me knowing that every …

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