You'll let us know what your child needs help with, and we'll partner them with a tutor with skills and experience in that area. Getting matched is just that easy.
After you sign up and schedule your first session, you’ll be connected with your tutor through our online communication system, Remind Chat. You can share homework examples and other details to help them get to know your child.
TIP: Create a student account for your child to get them involved in the conversation!
Your child will meet with their tutor on camera and problem-solve on screen. We recommend using two devices: a computer for the video call and a large touchscreen device for the interactive whiteboard.
Your tutor will start your first session by getting to know your child, introducing the subject area, setting goals, and providing a level assessment if necessary. Remind Tutoring is so effective because our tutors build a teaching relationship with your child, helping them feel comfortable in the learning environment.
TIP: We encourage parents to attend the beginning and end of sessions to help set goals and check in on progress.
After each session, your tutor will share a summary in your chat with strengths and growth areas, tips for review, and additional resources. This personal follow up helps our online tutoring work better by keeping caregivers informed and involved.
After that, you'll be matched with a tutor for a weekly session.*
Each session is just $40.
At Remind Tutoring, our goal is to help your child succeed in math. We stand out from other tutoring services by doing things differently.
Every tutor with Remind Tutoring is either a certified math teacher or a tutor vetted & tested with years of tutoring experience. They will know their math subjects inside and out and how best to teach it.
Video-based sessions include interactive whiteboarding for hands-on learning, and it’s easy to get in touch with your tutor between sessions.
Remind is used in over 80% of US public school districts for communication between teachers, parents, and students.