I was thinking last week that Thanksgiving came early this year, and I was right. Hopefully you had a wonderful time with your family and loved ones. If you shopped we also hope you found everything you wantedâ€¦ and didnâ€™t get trampled.
In Case you missed it â€“
Our sale continues thru the end of November. Details about it can be found here â€“
If you have any questions let us know. It ends on the 1st, weâ€™ll be removing the page.
Tentative Schedule for December Â â€“ the blog posts youâ€™ll find on our blog (B). The newsletter will be coming to your inbox (N).
Dec. 4 â€“ Important dates for your tutoring business in December (B)
Dec. 6 â€“ Making more money in December (N)
Dec. 11 â€“ Building an online tutor business part 1 (B)
Dec. 13 – Building an online tutor business part 2 (N)
Dec. 18 – Building an online tutor business part 3 (B)
Dec. 20 – Building an online tutor business part 4 (N)
In surveys we take one of the most asked questions is how to start your business and weâ€™ll be talking about that during December.
Update your Pinterest for Business â€“
If youâ€™ve been paying attention to your Pinterest account, you may have noticed that you can now make it a business account. Itâ€™s very easy to do.
- Log into your account as you normally do.
- Go to http://business.pinterest.com/
- Follow the instructions, youâ€™ll want to make sure all your contact information is correct.
- If you want to verify your website youâ€™ll need to download a page â€“ and then upload it to your website, click verify and youâ€™re finished.
Some good Pinterest accounts to follow â€“
If you have a pinterest site you think our readers would be interested in (related to teaching and tutoring), send it to us and weâ€™ll send it to our readers.
Links you can use â€“
An awesome free graphing calculator. https://www.desmos.com/
A very cool way to tell a story – http://www.meograph.com/educationexamples
Need some help getting younger students to write well â€“ this site may help.
If your students (or you) need help keeping track of assignments then this free ap will be able to help you.
“It takes less time to do things right than to explain why you did it wrong.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Enjoy your week.