TutaPoint Online Education Blog

13
Sep

How to Gain Media Attention For Your Classroom: Tips for Teachers

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Seven TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. New Teacher Tips: ... Read More

13
Sep

Teachers: How to Become Part of the Faculty Community and Avoid Cliques

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Five TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job. A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. Becoming Part of ... Read More

13
Sep

What New Teachers Need to Know About Education Law and Teaching

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Six TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. New Teacher Tips: ... Read More

13
Sep

Should New Teachers Become Class or Club Advisers?

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Four TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.  A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. To Advise ... Read More

13
Sep

Should Teachers Assign Homework on Weekends: New Teacher Tips

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Three TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.  A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. New Teacher ... Read More

13
Sep

When to Assign Homework and How Much: New Teacher Guide Tips

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment Two TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.  A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas. New ... Read More

13
Sep

Test Prep for Students with Learning Disabilities: SAT and ACT Exam

Posted By Ryan Duques

Preparing for the college entrance exams SAT and ACT is challenging, even for students that are able to achieve success in the classroom naturally. But not every student learns the same way, and students with diagnosed learning disabilities require a learning environment and program that meets their specific needs. In many cases, when students with certain learning disabilities are taught using methods that match their needs, those students thrive and achieve success.Preparing for these exams should be no different. Specialized Prep (SpecializedPrep.org) provides a college entrance exam prep program for students with learning disabilities like ADD and ADHD. The program specifically ... Read More

13
Sep

How to Design Your Classroom: New Teacher Survival Guide Tips

Posted By Ryan Duques

New Teacher Survival Guide Series Installment One. TutaPoint's New Teacher Survival Guide series is produced to help teachers new to the classroom navigate their first few months on the job.  A teacher’s first year is often the most challenging. Learning how to manage a classroom, design lesson plans that work for students, cooperate with faculty and administrators, and manage the time to perform all of these tasks and more is difficult for entering teachers. This new teacher guide offers tips for new teachers and strategies for new teachers to help your first year be successful in seven critical areas.  New Teacher Tip: ... Read More

13
Sep

Should you Take an SAT Prep Course or Get Private Tutoring?

Posted By Ryan Duques

Navigating through SAT Prep options can feel almost as overwhelming as the exam itself. After-school classes, big name prep courses and private tutors are probably on your list to evaluate. Which option will ensure the highest score? Which is the best prep option for my child? While cost may be one of the factors weighing your decision, other factors should be the most effective learning environment, expertise of the instructor, track record and how much hands-on exposure and attention will your child receive?SAT Prep Courses provide an opportunity for a student to learn in an environment they are accustom to: a classroom. ... Read More

13
Sep

Summer Math Programs: Time to Catch Up and Get Ahead of Peers

Posted By Ryan Duques

Summer might offer students a time to relax, travel and be with friends, but it can also have a negative impact on a students achievement in math, especially in high school. TutaPoint offers a virtual summer math camp: one-on-one math instruction to review last year's math concepts and prepare a student for next year. Our goal is simple, reinforce last years math topics and get the student well prepared for next year's math class. Reviewing the math learned last year is important. According to a Report from the American Educational Research Association, achievement on test scores is negatively impacted by summer vacation. The negative ... Read More

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