Knowledgehook Tutoring Program
For teachers in districts who have paid access to the Knowledgehook Tutoring Platform:
What are the benefits of Knowledgehook Tutoring?
Knowledgehook Tutoring Program offers a unique tutoring solution to support the academic support of K-12 students. Advantages of the Knowledgehook Tutoring Solution include:
- A variety of tutoring delivery methods
- 24/7 Unlimited access to digital tutoring support
- Support that targets specific gaps in learning as identified by classroom insights
- Options for group tutoring or independent learning
- Instructors/tutors with Ontario College of Teacher certification, along with math qualifications
- Enables parent/guardian involvement in their child’s learning
What tutoring services are available?
Asynchronous Tutoring Supports:
Knowledgehook Tutoring: Math Huddles
Students in Grades 3-10 can access digital math lessons and interactive activities. These Math Huddles are targeted interventions that contain 1-3 short videos along with 10-12 practice questions. They are organized by mathematical concepts across the grades and are aligned with the Ontario curriculum. Math Huddle recommendation is based on classroom insights, offering a personalized self-paced learning experience. Once a student completes a Huddle, the Knowledgehook system recommends the next Huddle topic in that series.
Synchronous Tutoring Supports:
Knowledgehook Tutoring: Small Group Classes
Small Group Classes are virtual small group tutoring workshops taught by a Knowledgehook instructor. These sessions accommodate approximately eight students, and include subjects such as math, literacy, life skills, French and coding. Parents/guardians can register their K-10 children for sessions from Mon-Fri 4pm-8:30 pm and Saturdays 9am- 2pm. Lessons are designed to be engaging and to encourage participation and peer discussion.
Knowledgehook Tutoring: One-on-One Tutoring
One-on-One Tutoring is available for students who continue to struggle with the content they have learned in the Math Huddles or in the Small Group Classes. Once a student has been identified as qualifying for one-on-one tutoring, Knowledgehook will inform parents/guardians, and the student will be matched with a tutor based on their academic needs and grade level.
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