Welcome to The Tutor Coach Resources section for assessments. Here, you will find a comprehensive list of tools and websites I highly recommend for streamlining your assessments.
I have tested every recommendation on this page. Many of these resources I use today in my own tutor business and or were crucial in the development and success of The Tutor Coach. Although some of these contain affiliate links, I stand 100% behind these brands and know you will love them as much as I do.
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|This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.| During my time as a tutor, I've taught reading to several students. I LOVED it, but there was some that I just didn't know what was up until I read...read more
Have you been feeling overwhelmed about how to plan for your math tutoring students? In this post, I’ll share how I plan in addition to what resources I use over and over with my students. We’ll begin with the student inquiry and move on from there to assessment and...read more
As you've heard me mention many times before, dyslexia affects 1 in 5 children. As a reading tutor, you are going to come across this more than once. I am excited to share with you how Jennifer Lynn Hoffman of WYN Dyslexia Specialists prepares for her students. She...read more
Many tutors feel overwhelmed at figuring out how to serve their students best when for many their background stems from working within a school where scope, program, sequence, and pacing is all provided for you. After tutors had filled out my last survey, I...read more
Andrew Vickery is a civil engineer by day and math/test prep tutor by night (a modern day Clark Kent perhaps--saving students one at a time). He is having great success with his students and wanted to share with the readers here at the Tutor Coach how he creates...read more
One day, I was working with a student on order of operations with my student Ray (names have been changed). We were doing an activity that involved math riddles. It was stretching him to his focus abilities. I can't make too much eye contact with this student,...read more
This is part 2 of a series of posts where I am sharing my intake process or my new student procedure for tutoring. We'll be covering assessments in this post. If you missed the first part of the intake series, please click here. How I Use Assessments in My Tutor...read more
Selecting Assessments This question comes from Catia! She's wanting to know more about selecting assessments to use with her students. Do you have a question about assessments or some other aspect of running a tutor business? Submit your question to...read more
Today is part two of a fantastic set of posts from Anne-Marie Morey of the Bay Tree Blog. I absolutely love the monkey thought idea from part one, I've immediately put that one to use! If you missed part one, you can read it here. If you enjoy this content in any...read more
I have a treat for you today! One hot topic in the education world today is executive functioning. Anne-Marie Morey reached out to me to write a post about how to help students that are distracted and disorganized. I would say that 90% of my students fall into that...read more
Grow Your Business by Marketing with Assessments I've written a lot recently about Let's Go Learn assessments. First, I told you how I was going to use them to assess my students and plan-- then I shared how I used the assessment to guide my summer tutoring. Now I...read more
Using Let's Go Learn Assessments to Guide My Summer Tutoring I've been wanting to write this post for some time, but the month of May got a little crazy as the school year ended. Today, I wanted to show you how I am using my assessments from Let's Go Learn to guide...read more
What do dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, laziness, and motivation have in common? You'll have to watch to find out more! Beth Shier, director of NOIT has real life experience with watching her bright, smart child become labeled as difficult, lazy, and uncooperative in the...read more
Blair of One Lesson at a Time shared a fabulous independent thinker freebie checklist that helps students get to the root of what they really need help with. With her permission, I've created a checklist for math students! This checklist is appropriate for older...read more
Welcome back to my next assessment discussion - Reading! Whew - Reading can be really overwhelming to pin point exactly where a student needs help. Assessment is vital in finding the missing pieces in the students knowledge. There are two types of assessment:...read more
Thanks for coming back to my tutor assessment week! If you missed my kick off post, you'll want to read it here. Today, let's jump in and look at both free and paid options for assessing your students in math. Math Mammoth: Grades 1-6 This is a wonderful site with a...read more
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Adrianne Meldrum is a private tutor and coach for tutors looking to turn tutoring into the career of their dreams. You'll find the tools needed to get started using her digital toolbox, Profitable Tutor Framework. She's the author of The Novice Tutor and the creator of the app Tutor Tracker.
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