Tuesday, January 4, 2011

11 Tutoring Books to Help You Get Started

If you’re looking for some guidelines and tips to check out before starting your tutoring service, here are eleven books that you should look into! They can be found in your local library or at the bookstore.
  1. Becoming a Better Tutor: A Data-Driven Approach to Tutoring
This book written by Dr. Alicia Holland-Johnson introduces the fabulous world of tutoring and how to start or grow your tutoring business with step-by-step data-driven strategies to help your clients. Firsthand experiences and helpful business tips and forms are included in this book.
  1. Tutoring Matters
This book written by Jerome Rabow, Tiffani Chin, and Nima Fahimian offer the basics on how to establish your tutoring career. Firsthand experiences documented in this book will give you an in depth guide toward tutoring.
  1. Tutoring adolescent literacy learners
This book written by Kelly Chandler-Olcott and Kathleen A. Hinchman introduce a tutoring scheme for adolescent learners. You can find practical solutions to tutoring teenagers.
  1. The complete guide to service learning
This book by Cathryn Berger Kaye takes tutoring to a practical approach where you can learn how to integrate community values with your teaching.
  1. Tutoring as a successful business
Written by Eileen Kaplan Shapiro, you can learn how to promote and set up a tutoring business.
  1. How to start and run your own home tutoring business
This book by Gillian Stellman and Vivienne Howse talks about running your tutoring business to earn you a living.
  1. How to Start a Home-Based Tutoring Business
Beth A. Lewis introduces different prospects in starting your tutoring business: all the way from promotion to retaining your customers.
  1. Teaching Knowledge and intelligent Tutoring
Peter Goodyear shows how tutoring can be used to convey knowledge. Through the context of this book, you can learn how to integrate the knowledge you have with tutoring techniques.
  1. Start Your Own Tutoring and Test Prep Business
Rich Mintzer writes this book to teach prospective tutors how to start up their business, especially in line with test preparation.
  1. Tutoring Adolescent Readers
Deborah Berill, Dirk Verhulst, and Laura Doucette incorporate the language arts portion that tutors may wish to engage in. With this book, you can learn some techniques in tutoring those with learning disabilities or those having difficulty in the English language.
  1. Online Tutoring Step-by-Step
The Teachers Wallet provides you an insight on tutoring online, a service you can engage in through learning the ropes. You can check this one out at Google Books.

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