Try our Online Classroom!

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Interested in the idea of online tutoring, but not sure how it works? Well, ponder no more. We've made TutorBee's online classroom available as a public session so you can jump in, and play around. 

We've also include these practical tips to help you make the most of the Online Classroom...


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Thought of the day

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Study: Online tutoring just as good as in person tutoring


















A US study investigating the benefits of different tutoring methods has found that online tutoring provides a rich learning experience that closely parallels the best practices of in-person tutoring.

The study, analysing hundreds of online interactions and student comments, found that online tutors successfully provide all four of the primary factors required for productive learning: 

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Meet the Online Tutor - say hello to Andrew J

Online Tutoring Andrew J

Continuing our Meet the Online Tutor series, we introduce you to Andrew J. He's a new online tutor with TutorBee, but not new to tutoring at all. In fact, he is a teacher by trade and specialises in English and Humanities. His experience is extensive, having taught across primary, secondary and university levels. Welcome Andrew!  

TB: How did you get into tutoring? What motivated you?

AJ: I got into tutoring because I enjoyed teaching in the classroom so much that it was just a natural extension of myself to keep doing what I enjoyed and what really helps others, especially the 1 to 1 attention that is so valuable for learning that you can do when tutoring.

TB: You tutor English. What interests you about the subject area?

AJ: I mainly tutor English and Humanities subjects because I completed an English and History Major in my Undergraduate Degree and I love reading, movies and comedy. It's vital...

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TutorBee tutors recommend their best study tips for 2014

















With the new year upon us, we thought we’d reach out to a few of our many great TutorBee tutors to see what their best study tips are for students. 

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Common Tutoring Myths Debunked

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In the many conversations we have each day with parents and students from across Australia, we’ve been surprised by the number of myths that seem to exist about tutoring.  Below are the 5 most common tutoring myths we’ve come across in our time here at TutorBee.

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TutorBee in Money Magazine

Thanks Money Magazine for sharing the TutorBee story and vision in your November edition.  

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Thanks for the Awards!

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We are so grateful, and still in disbelief!

This week TutorBee won THREE major national prizes as part of the Australian Centre for Broadband Innovation awards ceremony. The awards program is funded by the CSIRO and aims to recognise Australian entrepreneurs that are pioneering future applications for broadband services. 

We took out the main award of Best App - Overall and won in the supporting categories of Best App – Health, Education and Social Services, and Best App – Business to Business.

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Common Grammar Mistakes by Australian Students

We've compiled a list of some of the most common grammar mistakes (and corrections) made by Australian students - a sort of "cheat sheet" if you will. While these mistakes are very easy to make, the good news is, they are also very easy to fix once you understand a few simple rules.

There are also some practice questions to help cement your knowledge. Go on, test yourself! 

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Meet the Online Tutor: Aric T

Online Tutoring Aric T

This week we’re talking to Aric T, a Kiwi native who tutors across maths, science and computer programming. When he’s not tutoring, he works as an electrical engineer and support the All Blacks. He’s also got 4 years tutoring experience under his belt, so you can be confident he knows his stuff.

TB: How did you get into tutoring? What motivated you?

AT: When I was studying I was always helping my friends and other people in class with their own studies. It was a great experience, and naturally led me down the path to do it as a job.

TB: You tutor maths and science. What fascinates you about the subject areas?

AT:  I am an engineer by trade so I see the real application of both maths and science every day. It’s good to know why I am learning something, and how I could apply it to solving problems in the future.

TB: What do you think makes you a great tutor?

AT: The numerous ways I can explain things, while being young enough that I can still remember when I learnt the subject matter. This allows me to have empathy with my students and enables me to explain concepts better.

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