Frequently Asked Questions

If the student doesn't show up for a conversation, neither will the instructor. So the student will never miss out on learning or fear falling behind.
With the one-on-one model, instructors are committed to listening to the student and actively responding. Though instructors often initiate or organize meetings or checkins, conversations are almost always student driven where the student has control over the questions they ask and the feedback they receive from their instructors.
Through one-on-one interactions, students learn to trust their instructors and are given a completely safe space to openly share. In classroom settings pressured by peers, some students fear answering questions, making mistakes or taking risks. With caring, considerate online school teachers there is no wrong answer or silly question and students do not have to fear being themselves.
In a one-on-one relationship, teachers can get to know their student's fully and keep track of their progress, gauging their successes and struggles. Instructors can then adjust or completely alter lesson plans, deadlines, course projects etc so as to fully serve the student.
In one-on-one interactions and self-driven course work, students cannot rely on their peers, copy someone else's work or fall back on the ideas of others. This highly increases a student's personal responsibility over their learning, forcing them to take course work seriously and fully master the materials.
Without the distraction and overstimulation of a room full of peers, students are able to focus all of their attention on their instructor and the material being learned. One-on-one interactions enable the student to use all of their brain power on school and not on the environment around them.
Not only are students able to address only the things that they need help, in while breezing through the lessons they have already mastered, they are also able to curate their conversations with instructors to match their interests. Students can develop their course schedules, projects, reading lists, test styles etc to match their unique passions and learning styles. Instructors will always align conversations and assignments with what interests and inspires the student.
One-on-one interactions give students excellent opportunities to practice inter-personal communication and conversing with solely one other person at a time. Instructors are also careful to communicate in similar ways that the student does. In one-on-one class settings, students will never have to decode the messages their instructors give them, learn the material and then figure out again how to communicate back to the teacher in a specific way. Instead, communication, sharing of ideas, and questions and answers can be more organic and to the student's preferences.

Dedicated Instructors


Our instructors are dedicated to empowering each one of their students to achieve their educational goals and be prepared for a remarkable future. One-on-one interactions assist students in becoming the best versions of themselves and discovering a joy for lifelong learning.

Tutoring helps increase your child's motivation and attitude so he or she is able to reach his or her full academic potential. Tutoring helps teach students to think critically about problems and how to solve them. These skills help you face and overcome challenges he or she faces in the classroom.
Tutoring can help strengthen subject comprehension, boost confidence, and build important learning skills. Tutoring gives students individualized attention that they don't get in a crowded classroom.

What are the Benefits of Tutoring?

  • Individual and unique learning experience.
  • One-on-one attention.
  • Improves academic performance.
  • Improves attitude towards learning and school.
  • Encourages self-paced and self-directed learning.
  • Improves self-esteem and confidence.
  • Improves work and study habits.
  • Positive workspace.
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