|indigohope||Posted: 2007-05-16 17:07:29
I had a quick question...would you ever consider getting a tutor for your preschooler? why or why not?
do you know of anyone who has a tutor for a preschooler? I have researched the topic, and found that more and more parents are welcoming tutors into their homes at such a young age.
This is research for a project I am doing for my Masters Degree.
Any opinion is appreciated. Thanks!
|Anon.||Posted: 2007-10-25 11:39:23
I have debated on this subject and I have come to the conclusion that I think that it is a fine thing to do with your child. Because of the rising cost in education children need to be ready for what they are going to be faced with later on down the road. I also feel this way because of the expectations schools are having in their kindergarten and above grades. We are expecting alot out of children and your child has a risk of being held back if they do not feel that they are doing as well as the other students.
|DM||Posted: 2007-11-13 15:16:28
I need a tutor for my 3 yr old twins.
We are considering to homeschool them this year - if it goes well we may continue it further.
Let me know what discoveries your research has lead to in this area.
|Alexandra||Posted: 2008-01-22 19:32:48
I have developed an all round specialised pre school education program and it is running beautifully.
I am a primary school teacher that has seen a big demand for pre school ready programs.
Do you have any comments or info you would like?
|Jas||Posted: 2008-04-26 19:14:02
I am just started my own tutoring service and my target is pre schoolers so how can I develop my own way of teaching them and marketing myself for such with the use of a program for pre schoolers?
|connie||Posted: 2008-05-13 19:18:41
I think tutoring for preschoolers is a very good idea. I was a preschool teacher and I'm considering tutoring children ages 2-4. With a tutor the child can learn at his /her own pace with a personalized tutoring designed just for them, while building the skills and confidence they need when starting kindergarten.
|Lisay||Posted: 2008-06-11 12:06:23
I think before chilren go to school, we should do some preparation including many stuff, and I preschooled my daughter myself instead of getting a tutor. Before yvonne went to school, I homeschooled her for a few days teaching her grade 1 lessens. yvonne likes online math, so I guided her to try some first grade exercises on beestar.org to provoke her learning interests. Now she has been in grade one, and certainly she is one of the top students in class^-^ Lisa
|nancyx||Posted: 2008-12-07 08:59:17
I don't go to work and I teach Emma myself. I've already got a Master of Education from college, so I think there's no need to employ a tutor for Emma. I bought books from stores and searched the Internet for useful websites for her. She reads books, does exercise in Beestar and also plays with me and some kids in the neighborhood. I think it's good for her to progress in primary school stage.
|stella||Posted: 2009-01-31 22:18:11
Mark goes to school, and we don't need a tutor. Because Beestar is just like a great tutor, teaching and support everything he gets from school. He is doing free math, science, reading and GTM now. Although he is a little busy sometimes, he is happy to make progress both in Beestar and at school.
|janetracey||Posted: 2009-03-09 21:34:53
For me, I wouldn't get a tutor for my preschooler because he/she might just depend himself/herself to his/her tutee. And in this age, the parents should be the one who is teaching his/her child because this will be the time that the trust of the child will be developed. The parents should be the one who should teach their child or guide them through their studies, because if the children will be having their tutor they will be clinging to their tutor through the rest of their primary and secondary level.
I knew some people who were still having their tutors even if they were in secondary level. And it was not good to still depend your learning on other people.
I’ve tried tutoring a preschooler last year but I already stopped because of my schedule. I taught him English and Chinese subjects because in his school English and Chinese subjects were already being taught. I love the kid because he was very eager to learn. At first he was very shy because he doesn’t even know me but as the time passed by he already learned to trust me. He was very talkative in the way that he wants to share everything that happened in the school to you. Just with a constant guide from his family, the child will developed more and will learn from his environment by himself/herself.
|Anon.||Posted: 2009-07-03 03:57:11
I am living in Taiwan. I am a tutor here. From preschool up to adults.
So if there is any one that needs my help, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|teacherhazell||Posted: 2011-03-08 05:06:14
Good day! I'm hazell leyritana. I am a filipino. I tutor english language to foreign students for both kids and adults for almost 8 years now. I used to be a preschool teacher for 6 years. Once you contact me, the first thing i will do is to make an assessment of your level. From there, i would know what materials i will use for you so that it will be personalized. Materials would be either online or book based. It would depend on your preference. I will help you build vocabulary, practice good conversation, improve grammar and most of all your self-confidence on speaking the english language. I am a fun, patient and friendly teacher. :)
If you are interested, please feel free to leave a message or email me at email@example.com
|jodi maslowski||Posted: 2011-06-21 17:51:09
Hi I am a certified educator contracted with a major school district and a Temple Graduate with a unique educational background and experiences working with Pre K/ K, and 1st grade students-regular ed and special ed- tutoring them in early readiness skills.
Contact me if you are looking to develop your child's early readiness skills or retain them over the summer months.
I live in Southern NJ and will provide an assessment of their abilities and needs and then develop an individualized program for your child with flexible scheduling from June until possibly mid Sept.
I focus on research-based hands on approach for letter/number recognition, shapes, and colors, and sound symbol recognition. In person, not online sessions. I embrace different learning styles.
Contact me and see why I believe my approach will make the difference. If you know of any families looking for individualized tutoring sessions without the price tag of major centers, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any suggestions of where else I should post this ad, please let me know. I have excellent references and my work comes highly recommended from school child study teams. I have very reasonable rates and free assessments. I may be able to offer parent's some parent coaching in behavior modification possibly online/and via phone support as well. I have the credentials and experience working with families developing home-based behavior modification programs.
Again I can be reached at email@example.com
|Edu Kids||Posted: 2011-11-22 22:16:02
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