Articles for Teachers
Tutoring can be an excellent way to make a little money on the side, and it also serves as relevant work experience for those interested in a teaching career. Some tutors charge their clients upward of $30 an hour. Here's what you can do to get tutoring jobs.
Become a reading and math buff. These are two subjects that students frequently hire tutors for.
Learn a second language. Many tutoring jobs are created when someone foreign needs help getting up to speed in the english language.
Strive to be a role model. A must for tutoring jobs (especially those working with young children) is being someone worthy of looking up to- both academically and otherwise.
Get a degree in teaching or education. It can strengthen your tutoring career or open up the option of teaching in the future.
Practice patience; essential to being a good tutor and teacher.
Be willing to work flexible hours. Tutoring jobs sometimes require odd hours to accommodate student's schedules.
Consider online tutoring jobs. Tutoring jobs online allow to you reach a much larger audience and customer base. Join an already established tutoring employer or start your own small online tutoring business.