Why You Need to Hire a Tutor

Tutor lecturing student

Are you ready to become a tutor?

Classrooms are crowded. Teachers struggle to produce learning content for 20-30 different children every day while ensuring that the lesson plans are on track and compliant with Common Core. Every child is different, and all children face challenges in school at various times. A teacher can try their hardest to reach out to students individually, but oftentimes a tutor is necessary.

Supports One-on-One Learning

An overcrowded classroom can limit even the most experienced teacher’s ability to give his/her students one-on-one time to explain concepts fully or to answer every child’s question. Tutoring gives your child the opportunity to take as much time that they need with each assignment. It also gives them the opportunity to ask questions without worrying about the embarrassment of being surrounded by several other children.

Builds Confidence

Children often times have a difficult time communicating their struggles with their teachers or parents. A good tutor will take the time to get to know your child and allow your child to discuss the hardest parts of learning. This can potentially enhance your child’s feelings of self-worth and esteem as well as bolster skills at school.

Helps Your Child Ace Tests

A private tutor that is trained in standardized testing and testing such as the SAT can help a child perform his or her best on those tests.

Maintains Skills During the Summer

Summer is a great time for students to take a break from the pressures of school and enjoy themselves. However, if your child struggles with learning, summer could be the best time to continue his/her studies with a tutor. Summer tutoring helps the student transition

Strength-Based Training

Focusing on the student’s weaker areas may seem like the answer to learning issues, but studies show that tutoring in all areas is actually more helpful.

Julia Simens, author of “Emotional Resilience and the Expat Child,” writes “When parents only get tutoring for the weak areas, a child may feel defeated or think that they are a loser. Tutors can spend, for example, 25 minutes working on a weaker skill like math and after a break, 15 minutes on a strength-based subject, such as reading skills or even music or sports. Then you can finish up with 15 minutes of intense work on the weaker subject.”

Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

If you’re looking for tailored staffing servicescontact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.