Meet Tutor Royals’ team! We are a team of licensed professional educators and educational technologist that work to deliver instruction to students, parents, schools and communities. Through our virtual classroom we implement and deliver robust and engaging remote learning experiences.
We stand apart! The Tutor Royal team totals over 100 years of teaching experience and is headed by a Director of Education who has been a teacher, a school administrator, and is licensed and certified to teach and lead, by the State of New York. A career in education that culminates in taking on the role to professionally support schools, teachers, students and parents in school and now, online.
We are educators, we are experts in our field and yes, some of us are also parents. Our philosophy is simple. We believe in looking at each of our clients as a unique learner, similarly to how a doctor looks at a patient. We do not believe learning is one size fits all, learning is a process that is unique to an individual, a school and a community. We have brought this philosophy to the remote learning environment.
MindMolders is our team of professional learning developers and curriculum designers. We are dedicated to helping schools and teachers increase student performance by using technology in their daily practice successfully.
At Tutor Royal, we can provide support for children of all ages. From that first spelling test to those tricky college level exams, we will be there for every step of your child’s educational journey!
Here’s how school and IT leaders can help parents and guardians navigating online platforms and digital tools with their children this year. The coronavirus pandemic catapulted educators, students and their families into a new reality when schools shut down in the spring. Now, with many districts resuming remote learning, parents and guardians..
Though remote learning has brought many challenges, some students seem to be thriving in the new circumstances. What can we learn from them? All school year, Montenique Woodard’s seventh period, her last class of the day, has been her hardest. “I feel like I don’t know what to do with them,”