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    Do you remember a time back before the internet made its debut?  Those not-so-long-ago days of giant floppy disks and green and black screens?  Old tech is still pretty new. Technology has advanced so quickly and the truth is, so can you with the right support. Claudia Harrington is a self-proclaimed non-techy person.  She knows […]

    The post How a Non-Techy Person Became an Online Tutor: Claudia Harrington Case Study appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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  • 02/16/16--14:06: 5 Perks of Online Tutoring
  • Several years back, I sat and listened to Angela discuss online tutoring during a conference we were collaborating on about various ways to expand your tutoring business.  Angela Culley has a warm way about her and I can remember the sentence clearly, “One of the things I like most about online tutoring is that I […]

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    Andrew Vickery is a civil engineer by day and math/test prep tutor by night (a modern day Clark Kent perhaps–saving students one at a time).  He is having great success with his students and wanted to share with the readers here at the Tutor Coach how he creates lesson plans for the ACT and SAT.  Andrew […]

    The post Tutor Lesson Planning Series: ACT, SAT , and PSAT appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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    Many tutors feel overwhelmed at figuring out how to serve their students best when for many their background stems from working within a school where scope, program, sequence, and pacing is all provided for you.  After tutors had filled out my last survey, I discovered that many tutors were feeling unsure about how to plan […]

    The post Tutor Lesson Planning Series: Reading appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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    As you’ve heard me mention many times before, dyslexia affects 1 in 5 children. As a reading tutor, you are going to come across this more than once. I am excited to share with you how Jennifer Lynn Hoffman of WYN Dyslexia Specialists prepares for her students.  She also shares her story and tells us […]

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    Have you been feeling overwhelmed about how to plan for your math tutoring students?  In this post, I’ll share how I plan in addition to what resources I use over and over with my students.  We’ll begin with the student inquiry and move on from there to assessment and planning. (this post contains affiliate links) […]

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    Tutoring writing is one of those things that totally mystifies me.  As you can tell here on the blog, I am not a natural writer and I often find myself wishing I would’ve taken my writing classes more seriously as that seems to be the skill I am using day in and day out!  Writing […]

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    Working with ESL (English as a Second Language) is something I’ve never done before. This set of skills is in high demand as parents seek help for their children or themselves to master the English language. Joy Fonerderson shares with us.  Enjoy!  Adrianne Lesson planning is an integral part of ESL teaching. It provides you […]

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    One of the things I enjoy most about writing here on the Tutor Coach is that I get to interact with people from all sorts of backgrounds and beginnings.  Kim Schwartz is one of those multi-talented tutors that I’ve enjoyed getting to know over the past few years.  Recently, Kim had shared with me that […]

    The post Settling Into Retirement: A Case Study appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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  • 04/30/16--23:30: Schedule Tetris
  • It’s a busy tutoring afternoon and you check your email right before your first student only to be smacked in the face with an expert game of Schedule Tetris with a parent.  The following question was posted inside of the Just for Tutors Facebook group (accessible only to The Novice Tutor eBook purchasers) and is […]

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    Today I am welcoming Jared Rand of Knowledge Roundtable to share more with us about building a website on WordPress.  Jared has a really unique looking website that is streamlined and clear as to what he wants users to do.  Read this and be sure to check him out.  -Adrianne If you’re ready to build […]

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    In the fall of 2015, I had a big decision to make.  Something had to give.  I was struggling to keep tutoring and take care of the Tutor Coach website, let alone my family!  My husband begged me to let something go.  He really wanted me to let go of tutoring in the afternoons since […]

    The post I Destroyed My Tutor Business appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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    You know that moment when you wish you could turn back time and try again?  Like that time that you asked someone when they were expecting a baby only to find out they are not expecting at all?  Yeah.  Kinda like that.  You know the feeling I am sure.  Last week, I shared my deepest […]

    The post Are you letting your emotions run your business? appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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    Riding the tea cups makes me want to….vomit. There I said it. Tea cups are one of the worst rides and I find that I have been getting those woozy feelings often this past year as I work on my new online tutoring business, Math for Middles. I worry and stress. Chase my tail about […]

    The post Running a Tutor Business Can Be Intimidating appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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  • 01/14/17--22:00: Teachworks.
  • Guest post by: Karla Rodriguez Business Management Software for Education Companies. The demand for private tutoring continues to grow; this represents a great opportunity for tutoring companies focusing on the key elements that drive success to their business. However, higher demand also creates a potential threat – More competitors. How can you make sure you manage your […]

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  • 01/21/17--22:00: VIPKID for Online Tutoring
  • Online tutoring is quickly becoming a great way to fill up your schedule during hours that work better for you.  Recently, I saw Anne share that she was working with VIPKID and wanted to share the opportunity with other tutors.  I invited her to share here on the Tutor Coach.  I hope you enjoy learning […]

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    Specializing my tutor business was one of the best decisions I’ve made over the past 10 years.  When I first started out, I was tutoring everything from math to reading.  Then I narrowed to just math.  Finally, I settled on just middle school math.   Matt Fuentes has done a similar move with his business […]

    The post Learn How to Earn $1,000/week Tutoring for the ACT appeared first on The Tutor Coach.


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  • 02/15/18--19:25: Meeting Pat Flynn
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