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8 Qualities That Make an Online School Tutoring Program Effective

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Whether a standalone solution or a supplement to an existing program, an effective online tutoring program can provide your students with the support they need to achieve academic success.

But with an overwhelming amount of online tutoring providers on the market, it can be difficult selecting the service that's right for your school.

To help make your search a bit easier, we’ve compiled a list of the 8 top qualities of effective online tutoring solutions below.

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Effective Uses of Technology in Elementary School: 5 Strategies for Integrating Technology Into Your Classrooms

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Learning technology has become a mainstay in both traditional in-person and virtual classrooms.

Students expect to use technology. They'll likely need to use that technology for the rest of their lives.

At the same time, you want to offer thoughtful technology integration—using technology that's genuinely beneficial to your students, rather than simply using technology for the sake of saying that you have it.

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How to Get Your K-12 Students to Adopt Online Tutoring

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Online tutoring is a superb student support solution that can bolster your existing in-person tutoring program or be an effective stand-alone solution.

Getting students to adopt online tutoring, however, can prove more difficult. Many K-12 students are new to online tutoring—they haven't had the chance to experience it before and may be reluctant to dive straight in.

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The Benefits of Free Online Tutoring for Your School

Benefits of Bringing Free Online Tutoring to Your School

By January of this year, the across-the-board learning gaps incurred during the pandemic shutdowns had begun to stabilize, but the public education system still has a long way to go.

According to a report from eSchool News, student achievement at the start of the 2021-22 school year was considered lower than a typical (pre-pandemic) school year, particularly in math.

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