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Being prepared with a plan for the first session of tutoring is not only helpful to you, it also starts you off on the right foot with students and their parents. Ann provides some suggestions for tools that can help you customize your first session with your new student.
 

Ann provides some strategies for helping students who don’t record their assignments keep track of what they need to do.
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Sometimes, providing constructive feedback to parents about their children’s academic habits can be tricky. In this¬† video, Ann offers some suggestions on how to tactfully and positively speak with parents about missing assignments.
 
 

Sometimes, you will have a student who says they have no homework on a regular basis. In this video, Ann gives some advice on how to “Trust, but Verify,” as well as some additional strategies to ensure that assignments are being completed.
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In this technology-driven age, it can be very difficult to get your middle and high school students to record their assignments. This video will give you some ideas for alternatives to the standard agenda book.
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