|Live Online Tutorials
Online Regular Tutorials - in Subjects CT8, ST7 and ST9
Online Revision Tutorials – in Subjects CT8 and ST4
Structure and convenience
ActEd's Live Online Tutorials provide you with the traditional structure and support of classroom learning, but with the convenience of attending classes wherever you are.
Online Regular Tutorials in Subjects CT8, ST7 and ST9
This session we are offering live, online Regular Tutorials in Subjects CT8, ST7 and ST9. The course will be challenging and interactive, and aim to replicate as closely as possible what you would experience at a face-to-face tutorial.
This session we are offering Online Revision Tutorials in Subjects CT8 and ST4 as an alternative to a Revision Day. Your tutor will help you revise frequently examined and/or tricky areas of the course and give you additional practice at interpreting and answering past exam questions. The course will run from 2pm to 5.30pm.
Online Revision Tutorial in Subjects CT8 and ST4
Online Course dates can be found in our Tuition Bulletin.
It may be different to actually being in a classroom, but we will aim to replicate the experience and learning outcomes of a face-to-face tutorial as closely as possible. In addition you will benefit from:
- reduce travel time and cost
- reduced tutorial cost
- the opportunity to re-watch, or catch up on any live sessions you miss, for up to 2 weeks after the tutorial.
How it works
Just like a face-to-face tutorial, the courses will comprise a mixture of:
For the Revision Tutorials you may be asked to attempt some questions before you attend, to maximise the time on the day for tutor guidance.
- teaching from the tutor via pre-prepared presentations and a virtual whiteboard
- time for question practice for students, with subsequent tutor guidance and solutions.
Interaction will be encouraged using interactive polls and a written chat facility. We anticipate the Regular Tutorial sessions running from around 9.30am to 5pm (UK time) with breaks. The Revision Tutorials are likely to run from 2pm to 5.30pm, again with a short break.
The software used enables you to see and hear the tutor, and uses a "virtual flipchart" and slides, resulting in a personal feel to the tutorial. You can ask and respond to questions via a written chat facility, getting instant tutor feedback.
In order to participate all you need is a PC with speakers or headphones, a broadband internet connection and an internet browser. You can test your setup to check that you have the relevant software installed.
Although it is also possible to view online tutorials from an iPad using Adobe Connect Mobile for iOS, we do not recommend this option. You would only be able to watch the online tutorial passively and not interact with the tutor using the chat facility or vote in poll questions.
Applying for a tutorial
Numbers will be limited and so to maximise your chance of getting a place on the tutorial we encourage early applications.
Full details of the application process can be found here.
Online Tutorial Prices
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