As an online tutor, it is very important to make a good impression on the student. Your first lesson with each student is important in laying the foundation for an ongoing relationship and setting the agenda for future lesson plans.
Here are our top some tips on how to deliver the perfect first lesson:
Ask the questions before the lesson:
This is most important- Whether you can deliver a great first lesson is often about whether you have all the information you need beforehand. Evopry also provides you personalized chat option where you can ask student queries easily, Make sure you have asked:
- Student age/level
- Purpose for seeking lessons.
- Current working level (grades achieved)- ask areas where the student feels they are struggling
- Students Expectations from the lesson- you need to know whether your student is looking for long-term classes or a one-off lesson.
Be on time:
Be prepared ahead of lesson time, being late for the first lesson makes a terrible impression. You will get all the information via mail and you can talk to the student via chat.
Choose a suitable environment:
Less disturbance creates a better understanding between you and your tutor. So before starting a lesson make sure you are in a suitable working environment with no distractions. We also recommend that you check that your internet connection, run a browser test before the scheduled lesson time, and check camera and microphone are all working and avoid any disruptions at the beginning of the lesson.
In case of any inconvenience happened during the lesson contact to Evopry support here.
Introduce yourself in a proper way:
As we know " first impression is last impression", you won't get a second chance to create a first impression. So introduce yourself in a proper way show your skills because students obviously looking to enjoy learning and working with someone they like. Aim to make them feel comfortable and to get them talking. Ask students' requirement from the lesson and what they would like specific help with.
Build Confidence in students to study for long term plans
Ultimately, you all need to remember that, to grow as a professional tutor, your income is based on achieving long-term exposure to students. Be confident and ask the student/parent when they are planning their next lesson and how often they would like take lessons. Ask students about planning lessons and areas to be covered in future lessons.
To make a good impression on students, Connect with student try to solve their query and clarify the student’s learning requirements before the lesson.
Be prepared for the first lesson with the student. End the lesson with the student's full satisfaction to bring a good impact on the student. Because a good impression on the student bring a positive result that will help you to build a healthy relationship with a student and your future lessons.
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