You’ve got 30 kids in your class. How can you possibly give them the one-on-one attention they need to catch up or pull ahead? It may not be easy, but the effort is worth it, as there is ample evidence that one-to-one tutoring is among the most effective academic interventions.
Read on for one-on-one teaching strategies that you can use today, along with the many benefits they’ll deliver to your students. (You might also consider trying out these research-backed accelerated learning strategies for students who have fallen behind or need an extra challenge.)
Incorporate One-to-One Instruction
Make time in your packed schedule for teaching students one-on-one. Give one (or all!) of these techniques a try.
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