Online Tutoring

Here's a terrific home-based business that even retirees can easily get into: online tutoring.

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Students tackle many subjects, but if there's one thing they're struggling with, it's writing. Essays, compositions, book reports, term papers... admit it. We've all been there before, right?

So here's the idea for retirees, stay-at-home parents, or homebased business people:

1. Get an email address (i.e., Yahoo, Gmail)
2. Ask your friends if they have children who need tutoring services.
3. Give them your email address.

The student then communicates with you via email. No, you will not give them the actual answers or an instant essay. Instead, you will comment on their choice of words, the way they structured their paper, their punctuation or grammar. Yes, it's like you're an editor giving general directions.

Since you communicate mainly via email (or the telephone), you save on gasoline and commuting costs. As for compensation, you can accept payment via cell phone loads (Share a load, pasa load) or via cash transfers (G-Cash, Smart Money).

Eventually, as your tutoring service grows, you might decide to put up a web site and involve your old friends and barkada to try online tutoring.

With internet cafes just around the corner, what are you waiting for? Get into online tutoring today!

» Online Tutoring Part of Growing Trend (Washington Post)
[ First posted on 08/17/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]

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