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Pricing for TEAS tutoring varies. On the low end, a TEAS tutor may cost $30 per hour. But these are typically less experienced tutors. On the high end, you may pay up to $100 per hour for a highly experienced TEAS tutor with an established track record of success.

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1. Sign in to TutorTrac with your Portal username (without and your Portal password. 2. On the upper-left-hand side of your TutorTrac Homepage, under the icon, , click Search Availabilities. 3. Center: Choose Academic Success Center 4. Section: Select your course or choose Writing Support for help with a writing assignment 5. Reason: Choose Appointment 6. Search: Click Search - to view available tutors 7. Select available tutor at your preferred date and time 8. Fill out the form that pops up with the following:

We have both virtual and in-person one-on-one appointments with our dedicated JJC tutors. For our virtual appointments, a tutor will log on with you for a 45-minute appointment. You will be able to see your tutor and they will be able to see you. You can also work on a shared whiteboard. You can make an appointment in several different ways:

  • Go to class--even if you are attending "virtually"!

  • Make a reasonable effort to complete homework.

  • Have access to class materials including: textbook, assignments, notes.

  • Make lists of questions, issues, or concerns.

  • Be ready to actively participate with your tutor.

  • Take a few minutes prior to the appointment to test your equipment and check your ability to participate in the appointment.

  • Open tabs in your computer browser with anything you might want to show your tutor. You can share your screen with us during the appointment.

  • Find a place with minimal distractions to have your appointment.

Start right away. Just because it's called "homework" doesn't mean you have to do it at home. Use study periods or other extra time in your school day. The more you get done in school, the less you have to do at night.

Budget your time. If you don't finish your homework at school, think about how much you have left and what else is going on that day. Most high-school students have between 1 and 3 hours of homework a night. If it's a heavy homework day, you'll need to devote more time to homework. It's a good idea to come up with a homework schedule, especially if you're involved in sports or activities or have an after-school job.

Find a quiet place to focus. The kitchen table was OK when you were younger and homework didn't require as much concentration. But now you'll do best if you can find a place to get away from noise and distractions, like a bedroom or study.

Avoid studying on your bed. Sit at a desk or table that you can set your computer on and is comfortable to work at. Park your devices while you study. Just having your phone where you can see it can be a distraction. That makes homework take longer.

Welcome to Spring Semester 2023! The Learning & Tutoring Center is committed to your success. The LTC will continue to provide free, online tutoring seven days a week starting January 9. By clicking the blue Online Tutoring button below, you will gain access to live tutors who are ready to assist you. Campus LTCs will be open for computer use and on-campus tutoring. Check Locations & Hours to find out about tutoring on your campus.

The Learning and Tutoring Center (LTC) of Perimeter College employs tutors who have individual or group tutoring experience in writing, reading, literature, ESL, mathematics, the sciences, accounting, and economics.

Free tutoring is available on campus and virtually to all CCAC students enrolled in credit courses in the Learning Assistance Center, Math Café, Learning Commons, and Reading Lab. Online tutoring and academic resources are also available through SMARTHINKING and PrepSTEP. Get the help you need to succeed while managing your busy schedule. Our tutors and facilitators can also assist you in preparing for placement and TEAS tests. Appointments can be scheduled two per week per class. (Visits to the Math Café and Learning Commons are unlimited and do not count towards your two LAC appointments).

The Learning Commons is a resource-rich place to do homework and to study, with a professional educator nearby to help you when you become stuck or have a question. You can brainstorm a paper, work on a group project, or work alone, knowing help is nearby if you need it.

The following learning support and tutoring services are provided free of charge to SLCC students enrolled in any class at the College. Note that tutors and staff at these labs and centers assist students, but cannot complete work for them. Ask your instructor about discipline-specific learning support and tutoring services.

After all, you've made it to graduate school. You've successfully turned in homework assignments and passed exams for at least 16 years. And there's a good chance that you have your study routine set, whether it's a cup of tea and your textbooks in bed, or a quiet library carrel you've claimed as your own.

Schools decide to ban homework for many reasons. Maybe there are concerns about the amount of stress homework is causing students or that it takes away from kids spending time with their family. Whatever the reasons, not everyone is on the same page when it comes to these 'no homework' policies. We find out why educators are both for and against these bans.

''There's nothing worse than having to put in long hours after your workday is over. This is how many kids feel when they come home from school having to complete hours of homework. While many kids have support and resources at home, some students are stuck at home with little or no support and have to fend for themselves leading to frustration and stress.

Every time parents ask me to assign homework I flat out refuse as my goal is to have kids willingly approach art as their means of relaxation, not the other way around. Only when the desire to learn is genuine will the information truly sink in. I, for one, do not remember a thing from my art history courses at Cornell University.''

''I have found, over several years, that my students who do their homework understand the subject and earn better grades and are more successful in school because homework compels them to review and apply what they have learned. Solving homework math problems or answering comprehension questions from an assigned chapter in literature etc., exercises the student's thinking skills and memory and encourages the self-discipline required to be a successful learner.

When homework is banned, it's hard to ascertain that students understand the material. There is no incentive to study and students' performance on assessments indicates poor preparation. The additional review and discipline that homework requires goes out with the ban; students then develop poor study and poor test preparation habits, which will hurt their success in college. A homework ban means more time on social media and computer games, especially for those students who need to do additional schoolwork at home to be successful.''

''Homework bans will only make my job more difficult. Students already come to college with the expectation that they don't have to purchase books (even when I show them how their grade directly correlates to not understanding the material in the text). The adage of having to study 2-3 hours for every hour you spend in class means homework.

By creating the idea that homework is 'banned' makes it, connotatively, a bad thing. Homework shows the student is willing to put in the effort to master the task. This means that some students may have to work harder than others at achieving the same result.

Personally, I do not feel that requiring homework is necessary, but banning it is ridiculous. A ban sets students up for a horrible college existence (and an even worse struggle for their college instructors).''

''The implicit and explicit message [of homework bans] to kids is that they have no responsibility for learning outside school walls. This runs contrary to the importance of self-regulated learning, a concept replete in the educational and psychological literature. It also sets them up for a terribly rude awakening if they want to succeed in college, a place where significant learning must happen outside the classroom. As more and more classes are offered online or in hybrid formats, the self-regulated learning and meta-cognitive skills built by doing homework are crucial to student success.''

If you are looking for tutoring in a specific course, please take a look at our Course Proficiencies Schedule to see when we have tutors available for your specific class. If you need help with something you don't see on the list, feel free to email us.

The Writing Center offers assistance with our online submission service. Students can submit papers to us electronically for a tutor to look over and our tutors will then provide feedback via email. Our turnaround time for submissions is usually 48 hours, though this time can vary depending on volume of usage. Please fill out the form below to submit your paper to us. You must be logged into your myBrightpoint account to access the form.

The STEM Center offers assistance with our online submission service. You may submit questions to us electronically for a tutor to look over and our tutors will then provide feedback via email. Our turnaround time for submissions is usually 48 hours, though this time can vary depending on volume of usage. Please fill out the form below to submit questions. You must be logged into your myBrightpoint account to access the form. Please note, if you have multiple questions that you need help with, please consider drop-in tutoring at the Midlothian or Chester ARC (open from 10am-6pm, Monday-Thursday) or requesting a weekday zoom appointment or virtual weekend appointment with one of our tutors. 350c69d7ab


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