Tutoring in your own home?
It may sound a bit like the tutoring experience from the old days, but with Google Glass, Google Labs and others it can become a whole new experience.
To help you through the process, we’ve rounded up some of the best online tutoring tools available, as well as some of our own favorite online algebra tutorials.
What to do if you need a tutoring appointment?
There are two options to make a scheduling appointment.
You can get online, which means that you’ll get a text from the tutors and then an email that you can fill out.
You can get offline, which will bring up a screen where you can schedule a session online, but you won’t get a response from the tutor.
If you’re planning to have a session at home, you’ll want to schedule the session online first, then fill out the online form to schedule an appointment.
It may seem like a daunting task, but there are a few things you can do to make it a bit easier.
For the most part, online tutors can be accessed through Google’s Android or iOS apps.
On Android, you can use the Google Assistant to ask the tutor to complete a task or to add a new tutorial to your Google Docs account.
The tutor will then send you an email with instructions for the session.
The best part is that you don’t need to have an Android phone to schedule a tutored session.
Google has made it easier for online tutor users to schedule appointments online.
You’ll need to create an account on their site and log in to get a Google Doc from them.
This is where things get a little more tricky.
If you’re using a mobile device, it will likely require a subscription to their app.
You need to log in using your Google account to access the app and access the scheduling form.
If the app isn’t on your device, you need to sign into your Google Account on your mobile device to get access to the scheduling options.
Once you’re logged into the Google account on your smartphone, you will need to enter the tutor’s email address and password.
This can be found on the app or through the Google search bar.
Once you’ve entered the email address, you’re ready to start.
To do so, tap the “Schedule a Tutor Session” button.
As you can see from the above screen shot, the scheduling screen has a few options, including:Fill out a free Google Form, which is where you enter a name and a phone number for the tutor, along with your request for the tutored sessions.
This will be sent to the tutor for a reply.
Add a Tutoring Session to your Calendar, where you’ll be notified when the session starts.
This is where Google Glass and Google Labs make the scheduling process even easier.
Fill out the form again to schedule and schedule the sessions.
The schedule is sent to Google, and you’ll see a notification when the sessions start.
You can check your appointments by tapping the checkbox next to each tutor’s name, and clicking the “Update” button next to the scheduled session.
The best part about online tutorship is that if you can’t make it to your scheduled appointment, the tutor will send you a note asking if you want to reschedule.
You may need to send the tutor a text message to schedule, but if you’re just going to sit in a darkened room with your phone, you may want to wait a little longer to schedule.
While online tutored tutors are free, you might want to consider paying for a paid version of the app to make scheduling more convenient.
In our testing, we found that using Google Glass to schedule online helped the tutor schedule more accurately than using the mobile app.
Even if you choose to pay for the app, there are some limitations to the online version.
If a session isn’t available, the tuturer will ask you if you’d like to reschedue the session, which may result in an awkward, uncomfortable session.
Also, you won,t get a reply when the tutor sends you a text to schedule your session.
If you decide to pay, you must be over the age of 21 and at least 18 years old.
You also can’t have a phone or computer on your person at all times.
To learn more about Google Glass in the lab, check out our article: How to Use Google Glass For Your Online Algebra Tutoring.
The online tutor app can be used for both online and offline tutoring.
For online, you should use the app as a web-based portal.
Online tutors will send a text or email to you if they can’t meet your scheduling needs.
If they don’t, they’ll send you another text to resend your schedule, which can take a few days to receive.