Virtual Tutoring Continues for the 21/22 School Year!
When schools and libraries closed back in March 2020, I had to switch my tutoring to virtual using Google Meets or Zoom for tutoring. Because of some high-risk family members, I am choosing to do only virtual tutoring from now onI I have been tutoring ages 4-17 virtually and it’s gone extremely well! The good news is that I can now offer to students around the world! Please contact me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (720) 505-3247!
It’s summer and social distancing isn’t going to stop my summer tutoring! I have all kinds of ideas and resources ready for students of all ages to help them be ready for the new school year!
The school year is at an end, and I don’t think anyone who works in education will ever forget the 2019-2020 year! Once again, I have been in awe of all of I have seen school staff and teachers doing to make the end of the year as special and meaningful as they could, so … Continue reading “A Bittersweet Ending of a School Year and More Amazing Remote Teaching!”
If there’s a takeaway everyone else is learning about teachers right now, it’s this: there’s a reason they have a college degree. There’s a reason they strike when they are underpaid or mistreated. There’s a reason there is often a shortage of them. There’s a reason our kids miss them. – Trevor Muir on Twitter … Continue reading “A Tribute to the Amazing Teachers During COVID-19! (Part 1)”