Online Tutors Find Purpose Beyond the Paycheck

Online Tutors Find Purpose Beyond the Paycheck

“I want to be that teacher that helps kids feel confident and enjoy learning.” Catie Symalla, BookNook Tutor and public school teacher BookNook Tutoring has emerged as a force for good in the online tutoring world, and tutors are noticing. Says BookNook Tutor and TESOL-certified teacher Cynthia Drapac, “Working with BookNook makes tutoring feel like […]

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BookNook Announces New Opportunities for Virtual Teachers

BookNook Announces New Opportunities for Virtual Teachers

BookNook Inc., the largest provider of school-based virtual tutoring in the United States, today announced the launch of its new teacher application portal at booknooklearning.com. Teachers who have experience in the classroom will be able to apply to become BookNook virtual tutors, working one-on-one or in small groups with students in grades K-8 on BookNook’s […]

Engage your K-5 Students with These 5 Reading Tips

Engage your K-5 Students with These 5 Reading Tips

Engaging students in meaningful conversations about what they are reading is so important in helping students get the most out of instructional time. Getting students engaged in reading and talking about what they are reading will encourage them to develop deeper comprehension skills, practice higher-level critical thinking skills and make connections with the text and […]

5 Creative Uses of Technology in the Classroom

5 Creative Uses of Technology in the Classroom

Considering the pervasiveness of smartphones, the concept of “technology in the classroom” isn’t without controversy. The jury is still out on whether or not kids should be allowed to or even encouraged to bring their phones to class. However, research does indicate that when teachers use technology in fresh and innovative ways in the classroom, […]

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