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Tutor Tips: Tutor Toolkit Games

Have you checked out our tutor tool kit videos yet? The tutor tool kits are an amazing resource filled with a wide-variety of activities that support grades K-12 in math, science, language, and visual arts. However, we know it can be a challenge to pick an appropriate grade-level game when you have a student by your […]

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Tutor Tips: Behavior Management 101

Last week,  School on Wheels was fortunate to have two amazing speakers to present on the topic of Behavior Management. Holli Frazell, the Director of Organizational Leadership & Development at Bierman ABA Autism Centers, and Stacy Pigg, the Culture and Climate Specialist at Cold Spring Elementary (one of our partner schools), gave our tutors and […]

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Tutor Tips: Toolkit Videos

Did you know that learning new tips and tricks for tutoring is as simple as watching a few videos? The tutor tool kits are an amazing resource filled with a wide-variety of activities that support grades k-12 in math, science and language arts. While we realize they are a great resource, we also know it […]

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Tutor Tips: Advice for New Tutors

It’s natural that each individual who starts volunteering with School on Wheels has some apprehension about being a new tutor. While we know each person will positively impact our students, we also want to reassure our volunteers by answering some of the questions they have about the tutoring session or just working with kids in […]

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Ask a Tutor: Kids Who’ve Had a Long Day

Each new individual who starts volunteering with School on Wheels has some apprehension about being a new tutor. While we know each person will positively impact our students, we also want to reassure our volunteers by answering some of the questions they have about the tutoring session or just working with kids in general. Our Tutor […]