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Mama Ph.D.

http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/mama_phd

This mother who at once raises a kid and raises hopes of a Ph.D. writes fluently on the juggling act. Parents and students alike will enjoy this page.

Friday Fragments
by Matt Reed about 3 years ago
Should We Connect on LinkedIn?
by Joshua Kim about 3 years ago


The Tao of Grad School

http://gradtao.com/

This blogger is getting her PhD in Human Factors Psychology. Her blog strives to demonstrate a balance between academics and life.


Fordham GSAS: Grad. Life

http://fordhamgsaslife.blogspot.com/

This blog is written for, by, and about Fordham GSAS students. We aim to provide a starting point for conversations about what it is like to be a graduate student, be it at Fordham, in New York City, across the states, or abroad.

Bronx Science Consortium Poster Symposium
by Fordham GSAS Student Blog almost 4 years ago

A Journey Through Medical School

http://valeriebrooke.com/blog/

This blog is one woman's story as she makes her way through medical school at Oregon Health & Science University. She generally provides updates on her life and classes every few weeks.

It never ends
by Valerie Brooke over 3 years ago
Destimulation
by Valerie Brooke over 3 years ago

Skyping Reading Tutor

http://skypingreadingtutor.wordpress.com/

This is a heartwarming, progressive, important, and touching blog. Blogger Joanne opts to use her impressive skill set and connectivity savvy to improve the reading ability of young pupils all around the world. Her blog shows that excuses are beginning to run out for those tutors and educational professionals who feel they cannot make true differences. Check out this site regularly, and be inspired by the power of reading -- and Skype, of course.

9 Great Apps for Motivating your Child to Read
by Skyping Reading Tutor over 3 years ago
10 Signs of a Struggling Reader and What You Can do About it
by Skyping Reading Tutor over 3 years ago

Timmy's Tutor

http://www.timmystutor.com/

Timmy's Tutor melds the warmth and quirkiness of your favorite childhood comic strip with real learning and scholarly opportunities. Every couple of weeks, the site's constructors offer up a spanking new comic spread while at the same time providing counseling links for elementary yet essential school lessons, like prepositional phrases and insights on why children hate homework. This is a blog that children and grown ups alike can explore and learn much from.


The Tutor.com Blog

http://blog.tutor.com/

We quibbled in picking an actual tutoring page to feature among our top choices. But tutor.com stood out for its comprehensive focus on what tutoring is all about -- providing an environment where a faltering student can excel and a gifted instructor can work his talent and empathy. This site is chock-full of touching stories on how tutoring has improved socioeconomically troubled and military families, as well as updates on tutors we wish we had growing up.

Promoting Your Library and Its Services
by Tutor.com Experts about 2 years ago
Mentor of the Month: Alex D.
by Tutor.com Experts about 2 years ago

SAT Tutor's Blog

http://www.sat-tutors-blog.com/

There's no exam that provokes more anxiety than the SAT. This blog shows how strong tutoring can alleviate the stress and encourage good results.

May 2014 SAT Late Registration Deadline Today
by SAT Tutor's Blog over 3 years ago
April 2014 ACT Today
by SAT Tutor's Blog over 3 years ago

E-Tutor Blog

http://www.e-tutor.com/blog/

Advances in the Internet are seeing more tutoring take place online. This blog keeps track, and keeps you abreast, of where this trend is heading.


Tutor Mentor

http://tutormentor.blogspot.com/

One of the most storied relationships in history is the one between student and mentor or tutor. This blog explores this rapport and how it's linked to real success.

Involve Youth: Thanksgiving Message
by Tutor Mentor Connections over 2 years ago
Use of Concept Maps to Show Strategy
by Tutor Mentor Connections over 2 years ago

Plus Plus Tutoring Education

http://www.plusplustutoring.com/blog/

This blog explores how technology and the Internet facilitates excellent tutoring. Parents too can learn a ton on how to help their kids.


Passing Notes

http://blog.kaplantutoring.com/

Kaplan, one of the major tutor corporations, sponsors this enjoyable blog. You can pick up tips on recommended reading and how to improve parent-teacher understanding.


Parliament Tutors

http://parliamenttutors.com/blog/

This blog won't try to get you to book your student with one of their tutors. Rather, the posts focus on common problems students face, like SAT preparation.



iTutor

http://www.itutortoday.com/online-tutoring-blog

Understanding when, where, and how to bring in a tutor is a complex yet important discussion. It also makes for the theme of this blog.


Hoffman Education

http://www.hoffmaneducation.com/resources/blog/

Marc Hoffman, a great tutor, focuses his blog on preparation for ACT and SAT exams. High school students and parents without a clue should start here.


Virtual Teaching Assistant

http://virtualteachingassistant.com/blog/

The future of tutoring involves web communication and connectivity. This blog shows how great learning can take place over the laptop.


Tutor Talk

http://www.appelrouthtutoring.com/blog/

Tutors and tutees alike can learn a ton on the process of learning and mentorship here. Recent posts include a feature on the memory boost given by test-taking.

The Cost of College
by Carol Doherty over 1 year ago
Extended Timing Accommodations for the Redesigned SAT
by Jed Applerouth over 1 year ago

Learn to Be

http://www.learntobe.org/blog/

Interspersed between updates on this tutoring center are important, informative reads on how to be a better learner and tutor. Online safety tips are a recent, worthy post.


Tutor Fi Blog

http://www.tutorfi.com/wordpress/

Did you know that exercise can boost the size of your brain? Headlining topics like this relevant to tutors and their students make for this blog's fodder.

Language Acquisition in Young Children
by Deborah Williams over 2 years ago
Raising Brain Healthy Children
by Deborah Williams over 2 years ago

My Tutor Blog

http://mytutorblog.org/

Being a tutor requires prowess as well as tenderness. Learn how to wield both assets effectively here.


Read Write Serve at UNC Charlotte

http://rwstutoring.blogspot.com/

The acronym of this blog's title stands for Read Write Serve, a literacy organization in North Carolina. The blog demonstrates RWS' efforts to improve local reading skills.


Computer Tutor

http://computertutorinc.net/blog/

Blogger Pamela got this blog started to help usher senior citizens into the twenty first century. Take your Grandma here, and she might just outsurf you on the Web.


Tutor Blogs

http://www.wyzant.com/blogs/blogshome.aspx

This blog covers a wide breadth of subjects and learning difficulties, from chemistry to test prep. A new post on polynomials made learning the concept a breeze.

The Benefits of Regular Tutoring
over 3 years ago
Summer Learning: Let the Sun Shine!
over 3 years ago