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Friday, March 24th, 2017

Posted in: Personal & private tuition, Professional tutoring associations

Tutors International highlights the solitary nature of high-end private tutoring roles in new video series for the Financial Times

Adam Caller, founder of the leading private tutoring firm, and full-time residential tutor, Nathaniel Hannan, spoke this week – as part of FTs ‘The New Downstairs’ video series [1] – of the isolation that can be felt by tutors, and the particular qualities required to tutor the children of the super-wealthy. The role of a private tutor in a wealthy…

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Friday, March 10th, 2017

Posted in: Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

Tutors International listed in 2017 edition of Spear’s 500 index

Adam Caller, independent education consultant and founder of the leading international private tutoring firm, announced this week that Tutors International has been named in the 2017 edition of the esteemed wealth management directory. The Spear’s 500 was the first comprehensive guide of its kind, including top private client advisors, wealth managers, and other HNW service providers from across the globe….

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Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Posted in: Home schooling

Private tutors report Early Years reading skills slipping among UK children

Adam Caller, founder of global private tutoring company, Tutors International, issued a statement this week voicing his concern that children are not exploring books at home as much as other generations, and urges parents to support schools with early literacy. In a recent article for The Guardian [1], author Andy McNab pointed a finger at schools for failing to dedicate…

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Monday, January 30th, 2017

Posted in: Education consultancy, Home schooling

Educating children for a future we won’t be a part of requires outside-the-box teaching, according to leading education consultant.

Founder of leading private tutoring firm Tutors International, Adam Caller, made a statement this week questioning whether traditional and current teaching methods and technologies can adequately prepare the next generation for the future of the workforce. Mr Caller raised the concern that modern educators and teaching methods may not be able to adequately prepare children, who are only just starting…

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Friday, January 27th, 2017

Posted in: Home schooling, Personal & private tuition

Excessive homework is not reflective of quality of education, and teachers should tone it down, says founder of leading private tutoring firm.

Adam Caller, education consultant and founder of Tutors International, commented this week on the monotony and excess of homework given to children internationally, and questioned its overall benefit to a child’s learning and development. While approaches to the issuing of homework differ from country to country, Mr Caller, whose career in education spans over a quarter of a century, called…

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Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Posted in: Education consultancy, Tutors International news

Mega-yacht crews keen to add private tutors to the team following surge in demand from travellers, announces Sea Tutors

Ahead of the Autumn semester, Sea Tutors announced this week that it has observed a rising number of enquiries from yachting crews seeking to enhance their on-board team by including a private tutor. Recent coverage in The Times [1] and the Mail Online [2] describes how an increasing number of wealthy families are turning to the specialist private tutoring company…

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