A tutor is one of the most honored people because of their great role in nurturing of talents and they have a very huge impact on the mental growth of the kids. Getting the right tutor for your kid is one of the greatest treasures that you can offer your kid. However, some tutors do not take their job seriously and they may instill this ill-mannered behavior to the kids they are responsible for.

It is easy to get a tutor for your kid. Tutors market their services on both online and offline means stating what kind of services and what subjects they are to offer. As a tutor, you do not have to use so much expensive means of advertising. You can get quality cheap brochure printings that would get your message clear to the target market. These brochures can be distributed in shopping malls or in the estates and courts where there is likely to be a high number of children and interested parents.

Once you have done your marketing, it is upon the parents to decide on whether to entrust you with their kids. As a parent, when choosing the right tutor for your kid, below are some of the major things that you need to look out for in a tutor.

i. The grading of kids should be unbiased.

As said earlier, some tutors do not take their work seriously. It goes without saying that the parent is able to know if their kids are bright or not. If the kids are not so bright, you can invest further on his/her education but if you know they are bright and still have put a lot of effort on them, you as a parent need to go through the subjects that they are having difficulty and you see if they grading is sort of biased. Ensure that the tutor you have chosen is not favoring some kids over others.

ii. The tutor should motivate the kids.

Each individual has his/her own characters and if the tutor notices that some students are not performing well, he/she ought not to give up on coaching them. Instead, he should encourage the kids regularly and show them that it can be done. A good tutor will always motivate the kids and avoid by all means lowering the self-esteem of the kids. Just a little encouragement to the kids goes a long way in improving the overall performance of the kid.

iii. The tutor should not punish the students unfairly.

A tutor may be generally abusive and having so much pressure in life. This is often released to the students who become the victims of the tutor’s life’s pressure. As much as a kid may make a mistake and need punishment, it should serve as a stepping stone to grow and improve the general knowledge of the kid.

Author's Bio: 

Hello, my name is Karen Cole 40 years-old woman, living in Philadelphia, United States. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of the HealthBenefitAdmin online magazine and I am responsible for the published content that would help my precious readers to live as happily, healthily and sustainability as possible.