Tutor Resources

Study Technology and Supplemental Education Services

In addition to a host of community-based tutoring groups that currently span the entire globe, in the 2009–2010 school year Applied Scholastics Study Technology centers and tutors are providing after-school tutoring in twelve states under the Supplemental Education Services (SES) Program.

Last year Applied Scholastics SES tutors delivered over 17,000 tutoring hours in sixty-eight schools across thirty-two school districts, and the program has been consistently expanding since its beginning in the 2006–2007 school year. This year, the delivery of these services has expanded even further. 

If you are searching for a tutor, you may contact us for more information about tutors and programs in your area.

If you wish to learn more about becoming trained as a tutor, Applied Scholastics offers an extensive lineup which in some cases may be credited toward a professional degree. An Applied Scholastics Registrar will be happy to answer any of your questions regarding training. Click here to contact an Applied Scholastics Registrar.

Because Study Technology achieves results across a wide variety of ethnic, social and economic lines, Applied Scholastics tutors are not “guessing” about how to approach different learning issues. In fact, tutors trained in Study Technology have successfully helped students tagged as “learning disabled” or even “dyslexic.” This is because they understood that underneath all of those labels, those “problem students” had the same malady—they were running into specific barriers to study and they didn’t know how to handle them. Learn more >> 

Applied Scholastics tutors are also extremely successful at teaching English as a second language. In fact, there is a specific course of training available just for this area of instruction. Contact us if you wish further information about the Teaching English as a Second Language Training Program.
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