Not sure how to get started?

Follow our tips and get the help your child needs today!

24 June

Information from the U.S. Department of Education and the National Center for Education Statistics tells us that research has shown tutoring to be effective as students strive for academic success. Plus, the opportunity to access online tutoring for kids is completely changing the way that your child can supplement their classroom learning.

If you’re ready to embrace the flexibility and convenience of online tutoring, keep the following four tips in mind to get your child started.

Set goals for your child

Tutoring online for kids is a process for parents, too. Prior to starting online tutoring, set goals with your child and identify weak points in their learning. Speak to your children's Teachers. Then, continue to set aside scheduled periods of time dedicated to helping your child prepare for each session.

Ensure your child has the necessary equipment

Equip your child with the necessary tools to create an online learning station! You’ll need a stable internet connection and a reliable computer for you and your child to communicate with an Online Tutor. You may want to implement parental locks to ensure that the computer is used solely for learning purposes if your child is easily distracted.

Find an Online Tutor

Find the right Online Tutor. Every child is different, and each Tutor has their own teaching style. Luckily, the internet is the best resource for the widest variety of Tutors, so it’s easy to browse credentials and areas of expertise prior to scheduling a meeting.

Get your child warmed up for their sessions

When we think of tutoring, we may automatically imagine a physical classroom. Cultivate the mindset in your child (and yourself) that online tutoring is no different! Showing up on time to an online tutoring session is just as important as making a timely appearance in person. In fact, you may even want to consider sitting down early with your child and warming up their brain with a brief review.

Most of all, enjoy the process. Make these steps fun for your child by working as a team, offering incentives, providing encouragement, and cultivating a positive learning environment. To get your child started with online tutoring, browse through our list of Online Tutors.


U.S Department of Education

National Center for Education Statistics

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