It’s safe to say that everyone in the education sector has found this year a tricky time to both fulfil your role as a teacher/tutor and your financial needs.
Personally working in education across two school, for 1st Note Education, as a tutor, my wife being an EYFS specialist and having two young children in primary school it has become apparent that education has needed to change and move with the times. In many cases this has caused no end of worries and difficulties however, on the other hand it has forced education faculties to move with the times and catch up with other professions.
At the start of the year, the idea of teaching a class of children via web streaming seemed almost an impossibility. Certainly many of the smaller schools just didn’t have the infrastructure or know how to make it happen. However schools are now being forced to make provision for future lock downs or long periods of time without pupils or staff due to isolating. The world still turns so learners still need educating.
The Guardian as written an article about bridging the attainment gap using online tutoring. To read more, please click the link.