Can Online Learning combat rurality?

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After my recent musing on how VLE’s could signal the death knell for the snow day, I got to thinking about the other ways in which the internet can help overcome some of the challenges facing education. So picture the scene: you live in a small community, with a small school, on a small outcrop somewhere... Read more »

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What worries parents most?

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Research carried out by The National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations has shown that low-level disruption and bullying are top of the class when it comes to parents’ worries about their kids education. The exclusive research is a couple of years old now, and we want to know if parents today feel the same way – what... Read more »

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All hail the tutor

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Wading through the Wall Street Journal archives yesterday (don’t ask why) and I come across a bizarre article that might turn the heads of some of our tutors. In Hong Kong, it seems tutoring has been taken to whole new levels. It’s big business there and a handful of tutors are revered as deities in their own... Read more »

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Tutorhub in the press

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Nice to see Tutorhub getting some air-time in the local Bristol Evening Post recently. Still early days here but happy to see we’re heading in the right direction judging from feedback so far. Thanks to everyone for their thoughts – we’re always keen to hear what people have to say about the Tutorhub project; things... Read more »

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