I have been using WyzAnt for a couple of years now and it has been a great experience. I have been tutoring since High School but I was glad when I found this site. It is very safe and reliable. Over the years I have been emailing them questions and concerns
and WyzAnt always gets back to me on that day or the next. I hope to continue what I do through this website. For any new tutors out there, it is a great experience and the students are respectable and hardworking. Make sure to keep a tutor, student line if
you are close to their age. Have fun and enjoy WyzAnt!
This digital space will serve as a journal, an archive, and a vat of advice or conclusions from my tutoring experiences. I'm setting out today to begin actively pursuing tutoring opportunities through Wyzant's program, hoping to
connect with students in the Decatur, GA area who are searching for some language help.
What to expect in the posts to come:
-Successes in lesson planning and activities
-Failures (shameful though they may be) -- this may actually end up being the most beneficial of them all.
-Tips I've gleaned from my own teaching in the past
-Narrative journeys through the lessons and their intricacies
I look forward to collaborating and swapping stories with readers. So by all means, shoot me a message at any time and I'll be happy to talk!
I have noticed a lot of problems in the Answers list that seem not to be submitted by students. It's apparent because the problems are too general, or not worded like a student issue.
I feel that I'm wasting my time answering questions that no one is interested in on a practical basis for his/her classes, and that my time is not well spent answering questions when no one will read the solutions.
I think Wyzant should require students to specify the school and the class that they are taking, or at least submit a learning plan if they are in a self-study program, in order to submit questions on "Answers". This would go a long way toward eliminating
I am going to stop answering questions that I think are not submitted by real students.
So I was asked to fill out a survey in regards to whether I would recommend Wyzant. Sixty percent of those polled said they would recommend the site- including myself. What I don't understand is why someone would not recommend WyzAnt. For me, it has
been a very positive experience and it has helped me build students. They have paid me on time, every time; inform me when there's a new perspective student or when a student has sent an inquiry. WyzAnt, in my opinion, has done everything right in the business
And, if a tutor is not happy, why bash WyzAnt? Just don't apply for any jobs!!!