James Mendelsohn’s book A Parent's Guide to Tutors and Tutoring: How to Support the Unique needs of Your Child, navigates parents through the struggles of tutoring. It is the go to book for answers parents have when hiring a tutor such as whether to hire a tutor, choosing the right tutor, how to evaluate the quality of learning and selecting a tutor for a child’s unique learning style and needs.
With an introduction and seven rich chapters that delve deeply into the most asked questions parents have about the why, when and how of tutoring and fulfilling the unique individual needs of children.
For example: The introduction, To Tutor or Not to Tutor, addresses over eight specific reasons why parents turn to tutoring for their children. Chapter 1, Finding the Right Tutor for Your Child, moves parents through characteristics and qualifications of good tutors and tutoring.
James Mendelsohn, is highly regarded for his tutoring work, has been on the faculty of the Dalton School, Boston University, and MIT and is a two-time winner of the Fulbright Lectureship. Using experience he became the founder of JRM Tutoring in the New York City area. JRM Tutoring provides, and has provided successful tutoring with the struggling, underachieving student. Since 2000, JRM has transformed struggling students into independent, confident learners.
James Mendelsohn has also provided presentations and workshops for parents, educators, and tutors on the approach to tutoring that JRM Tutoring advocates. That approach is described in his book, A Parent's Guide to Tutors and Tutoring: How to Support the Unique needs of Your Child written with experience, his ideas, methods, and techniques show parents how to focus on the individual educational needs of their child.
A Parent's Guide to Tutors and Tutoring: How to Support the Unique needs of Your Child by James Mendelsohn can be found at Amazon.com.