Tutor.com Parent Coaching

WHAT’S NEW

Parents will be able to connect 1-to-1 with an expert tutor by selecting “Parent Coaching for Student Success” from the Tutor.com program topic drop-down menu, and then choosing from the following subjects:

Welcome to Tutor.com

  • Scheduling and Organization
  • Setting Expectations
  • Study Techniques
  • Using Resources
  • Motivation and Goals
  • Managing Knowledge Gaps
  • Finding Balance

ABOUT TUTOR.COM'S PARENT COACHING TUTORS

Tutor.com’s Parent Coaching tutors are qualified and prepared to help parents and students build the foundations for academic success. These tutors meet the same rigorous standards of all our highly qualified tutors, and have also completed comprehensive assessments designed by student-success content experts.

Parent Coaching for Student SuccessInfo Session:
Parent Coaching for Student Success

Date: Friday, October 23, 2020
Time: 12:00 Noon EDT | 9:00 AM PDT

Register Here

Parents of K–12 students: Please join Tutor.com’s Dr. Amy Dietzman as she introduces our new Parent Coaching for Student Success subject offerings, now included with your Tutor.com service! Learn tips and tricks for supporting your children through their schooling during these uncertain times, and dive into the new subject support areas we’ve designed for parents, including:

  • Scheduling and Organization
  • Setting Expectations
  • Using Resources
  • Managing Knowledge Gaps
  • Finding Balance

This webinar is designed with parents in mind but will be valuable to anyone who works with the parents of K–12 students. All are welcome to attend!

 About the Presenter
Photo of Dr. Amy DietzmanDr. Amy Dietzman, Learning & Design Manager at Tutor.com, makes high-quality online instruction a daily reality for students. With more than 10 years of experience in teaching and instructional design in both the K–12 and higher education spaces, Dr. Dietzman has a wide breadth of knowledge surrounding student success. Many of her tips also come from personal experience, as she completed two degrees while parenting her children and working full-time.


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October 14, 2020