During October, Connex Education Partnership sponsored The Tutors’ Associations, National Tutors’ Conference. The conference took place on the 29th October and was attended by over 300 tutors and tutoring support providers from the UK and Internationally. The conference was opened by the Secretary of State, Nadhim Zahawi. He shared his belief that tutoring was a […]
If 2020 was the year when remote learning was our only option, 2021 has been the year when, for many, it has become the first option they will seek out when looking at their ideal learning experiences. As a result, the online tuition industry has grown exponentially and more and more people are considering its
It’s OK to not be OK, is what we hear when we think of Mental Health, but there is still a lot of stigma that surrounds the illnesses that fall under this stigma. According to mental health organisation, Mind, 1 in 4 people will experience some sort of mental health illness each year in the
Why do I need number sense? Mathematics is an emotional word. For some people it conjures up images of sitting in rows, trying to find answers to pages of ‘sums’ and an overwhelming sense of failure. For other people it is a thing of beauty, something we use everyday and which we are all amazing
Connex Education Partnership have been selected as a Tuition Partner for year 2 of the National Tutoring Programme!
Connex Education Partnership have been awarded funding for year 2 of the National Tutoring Programme!
As you are considering becoming a full-time or part-time tutor, you may have heard a few common myths regarding tutoring. Read on to find out how we bust them and how it is beneficial. Myth 1. Tutoring is only for the students who are struggling Despite this common myth, tutoring isn’t just for students who
Lesson Planning – look again! Lesson planning has a bad reputation. Often lumped alongside marking, report writing and the other day-to-day aspects of the job outside the hours spent face to face with students, forming part of role frequently described as the ‘teacher workload’ that members of the profession and those looking to discuss it
“I don’t know how to get started…” “I’m stuck…” “I need help…I can’t do it on my own…”
It is the final day of the summer term and your students are eagerly waiting for the end of the day when they can burst out of the school gates for the summer holidays. You are also anticipating the school bell and the hurried excitement that ensues. Just pause to think about how the academic
Why collaboration is even more important in today’s classroom I can’t think of a single teacher who does not plan collaborative learning opportunities into their lessons. They have many reasons for doing so – from deepening student engagement to the development of social skills and improved learning outcomes. There is a whole body of research