Why is it good to be a tutor?

Being a tutor gives you the skills you need to help people. After all, that's what a tutor is for.

Why is it good to be a tutor?

Being a tutor gives you the skills you need to help people. After all, that's what a tutor is for. His job is to help those who struggle in various areas. Of course, knowing the material is not all it takes.

The tutors are aware and able to explain basic concepts to others. They can anticipate the questions someone might have when learning something new. The tutors are able to teach in a way that their peers understand communication as if they were having a casual conversation with a friend. They have tips and tricks they've learned to succeed in the classroom and they love to share them with others.

Finally, they realize that they are free from the curse of knowledge. You can earn some extra money. In general, tutoring pays much better than other part-time jobs. Mentoring is not a service job, but a field of professional specialty.

As a result, the requirements (in terms of education, work history, etc.) The individual and unique learning experience improves the attitude towards learning and school. In general, being a tutor is more than just improving your students' grades. There are benefits to tutoring for both the tutor and the student. Yes, “tutee” is a correct term.

In this article, I will focus on the benefits for students receiving tutoring. If tutoring is conducted “the right way”, the student will benefit greatly from tutoring. Mentoring offers a systematic and structured learning experience in a more individualized way. It also improves the student's self-esteem, attitude to the subject and academic performance, as well as personal growth.

In addition to that, tutoring is a self-guided and self-directed learning process. When a guardian works as a “homework machine” for your child, it would probably be better if your child didn't have a guardian at all. A good tutor will ask the student to find the definition in the textbook, read it a few times, and then the tutor will check the comprehension by asking the student to give the definition in their own words or to use the new concept in a mathematics problem. When the student did not know how to solve an assignment math problem, the tutor would show him all the steps necessary to solve the problem and then the student would solve a similar problem by imitating the steps he had learned from the tutor.

Proper math tutoring should demonstrate during each tutoring session how learning mathematics occurs in general. I would add that the purpose of tutoring is to help students help themselves and help or guide them to the point where they become independent students and therefore no longer need a tutor. I also learned that day that the girl was being guarded in a typical way, that she was imitating the steps in a problem similar to the one the tutor had shown her before. Mentoring can be equated with the type of Socratic questioning, therefore effective tutoring should be taught and learned.

If you are new to mentoring or are thinking of pursuing this profession, the good news is that there is a growing demand for tutors. Employers know that tutors make incredible hires because, through mentoring their peers, they are developing the skills needed to succeed in the workplace. While good tutors are always needed, many average tutors may also lose their jobs in the future. Tutoring will prepare your child for tests and exams, while tutors work with your child on specific problem areas.

It is very common for tutors to stay with clients for a long time, since the relationship established between the tutor and the student (as well as their family) is vital to the educational process. .

Lipa Bunton
Lipa Bunton

Future teacher-I hope! I am currently at university in England. I got into blogging during lockdown, which is when I became an online tutee too! I love blogging and love tutoring. I'm also a total maths geek. I've been tutoring GCSE students for a while, and this is a blog about GCSE tutoring.