Hi guys, I have to ask one thing, is online tutoring a better option than regular tutoring for school, college and university students? Please provide a genuine answer. Thanks.....
Hi, AlbertFrank. Do you mean doing the tutoring, or being tutored? Also, are you referring to the quality of tutoring or how much an on-line vs. in-person tutor gets paid?
I would also think the subject area might matter.
Thanks for the clarification.
I think that the only problem that a person may have with online tutoring is to determine if the information is good. I am assuming that it is suplimental to a formal education.
I do think that you can learn online. The only problem I have is that some services are charging quite a bit for tutoring which is all right as long as you are getting quality value.
There is a lot of free information also. I would look there first.
Online tutoring is great for mathematics as long as everything is done step by step and the algebraic processes are not short cuts with steps left out. This is very helpful. Check out justmathtutoring.com. This guy in austin is awesome.
From the high percentage of dropouts and so many apparently uneducated people who come out of the college system I would say that anything on-line is likely to get a better response, you could just link the tutorial directly to those who write the essays for them and save everyone loads of trouble. Then you could link it up to the backdoor $100 Phd's that seem to be everywhere and you have a whole education system that is no bother to anyone.
In-person is better but online can be quite effective as well.
If you can get a highly marketable education for cheaper than $12k/year at a college... then I think mankind is progressing appropriately.
The only REAL questions are, is the education viable? Is it valuable? Is it a GOOD education?
I prefer face to face tutoring simply because I know who I'm talking to and can get a sense of whether they know what they are talking about. Also, it can be helpful to have human things like hand gestures, facial expressions, and even just paper and pencil drawings to help the learning process.
From a tutor's side, I prefer face to face. I can see in the eyes and body language if the student grasps the concepts or is simply nodding and saying yes. I do a much better job when one on one or in a group but always face to face. I also have better control on the examples that I use as well as the lesson as I am able to modify my lessons to streamline them with their school cirriculum.
From a student's point of view, on line is just as good as face to face. In fact, probably better since I could get the tutor to answer every one of my homework questions. I wouldn't need to do any work -- just copy what is being done for me.
From a student's point of view who wants to learn and succeed -- face to face. This provides the opportunity to ask the questions and have dedicated attention to problematic areas.
Tutoring is more than just teaching the cirriculum. It is a combination of concepts, study skills, time management skills and organization. But mostly, it is the initiative of the student and the motivating factors that cause success between the two.
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Different people prefer different things. Anyone getting educational resources online needs to research the provider very carrfully
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