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Hussein M. Hachem

Hussein M. Hachem

Male |Dearborn, United States

Online Tutoring: Tools, benefits & advantages

24 Jul

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This webinar is hosted in English

Webinar Highlights:
1.Receive background information about online tutoring
2.Discover tools used to ensure a better experience for learners
3.Learn about the benefits of online tutoring
4.Discuss the two types of online tutoring, Asynchronous and Synchronous
5.Class recording and slides available to all enrollees

A worried expression seems to always crawl across the faces of mothers and fathers when their kids start speaking about online tutoring or online learning. Yet, once they are made aware of the benefits of online tutoring, their concern vanishes.

According to a recent article by Forbes, in 2011 the U.S. government invested roughly $134 million in private tutoring programs for low-income families. These programs were created in accordance with the No Child Left Behind legislation. However, nationwide budget cuts have led to the elimination of much in-school tutoring. In their absence, private companies (many of them online tutoring services) have stepped in to meet student and parent demands.

During this webinar, we will cover the two types of online tutoring, Asynchronous and Synchronous, online tutoring options available out there, the benefits and advantages of online tutoring, and the steps to be taken in order to start receiving online tutoring.

Who should attend?

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Anyone can join us to learn more about online tutoring, the new tool of educating!

About the Host

Hussein M. Hachem

Hussein M. Hachem

Dearborn, United States

Founder & CEO Educare Student Services LLC Dearborn's very own tutoring company. Dearborn resident immigrated to the United States from Lebanon in 2007 to pursue the American Dream. Coming with fresh eyes, Hachem looked at the Dearborn community as a strong and influential collective of immigrants, but a place that was missing a platform for youth to receive adequate mentorship. In 2009, he launched the Youth Leadership Club which has grown into one of the most influential youth groups in the area since then. Prior to joining Educare, Hachem worked for Henry Ford College and Wayne State University. After graduating from Wayne State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry & Chemical Biology, Hachem started a business he called, “Educare Student Services” aiming to help students achieve a better and more successful academic experience.
Hachem received multiples awards:
2015, Distinguished Service Award, Michigan Congress of Parents and Teachers
2014, Youth Leadership Award, The Forum & Link Newspaper
2014, Community Ambassador Award, Lebanese American Heritage Club
2012, President Barack Obama Call to Service Award, President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation
2011, Distinguished Student Leader Award, Henry Ford College

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