April 2020 - In Review

DoD Expands Tutor.com™ for U.S. Military Families Eligibility

Have You Heard? To support DoD-affiliated personnel and their families impacted by COVID-19 disruptions, no-cost eligibility has temporarily been expanded for the Tutor.com™ for U.S. Military Families program. As of April 13, 2020, all DoD service members, civilian personnel, and all dependent family members are eligible for tutoring and homework help through Tutor.com/military. Expanded eligibility is currently scheduled to last through June 30, 2020.

DoD military children and Coast Guard families who were eligible to use Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families prior to April 2020 will continue to access the program as usual.

To learn more and gain access, visit military.tutor.com/eligibility.

Expanded Eligibility Outreach Kit

In light of this expanded eligibility, we have put together some resources to equip those who would like to spread the word about the Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families program to military families around the world. Visit the Partners & Promoters page to download your kit today.
Those currently eligible to use Tutor.com/military at no cost:

If you have any questions, please contact us at militarysupport@tutor.com.

Common Core Math: Myth Busters Edition!
A Three-Part Webinar Series for Parents

In this webinar series, we help debunk the myths surrounding Common Core Mathematics, reassure you that your children do learn math the way that you did, and explain why the algorithms that we learned in school still make sense.


Common Core Math: Myth Busters Edition!
Join us for the first webinar in a three-part series where we begin to debunk the myths surrounding Common Core Math. Click to view recording!

Common Core Math: Whatever Happened to Carrying & Borrowing?
This is the second episode in our webinar series that helps debunk myths about Common Core Math. Click to view recording!

Common Core Math: That’s Not How You Multiply!
Watch the third and final episode in our series as we help you better understand what's true (and what isn't) about Common Core Math. Click to view recording!

Tutor.com also recently hosted two powerful webinars to guide everyone through the transition to online learning. Help teachers and parents in the military or DoD communities by inviting them to view these recordings!

For Educators

Just in Time: Helping K-12 Teachers Transition to an Online Classroom
With the rapid shift of schools moving the rest of the academic year online, the Tutor.com team is focused on supporting our partners and teachers in making a smooth transition to online education.

This free webinar was hosted by Amy Dietzman, Ed. D., Learning and Design Manager at Tutor.com, who has deep experience in managing online instruction and curriculum. In this session, she shares insights with teachers based on her own rich experience and offers best practices for making the leap to virtual education.

Topics include:

1. Ways to maximize your online course environment
2. Tips to keep students focused and engaged
3. Leveraging recommended tools to keep instruction moving
4. Tips for beginners moving to online instruction
5. Advanced options for teachers looking to take it to the next level

This session includes a teachers' Q&A from the highly attended webinar, so be sure to watch all the way through!

For Parents

Bringing It Home for the "W.I.N.": Keeping your kids on track with school and staying organized on the home front. This webinar is designed for parents of K-12 students.

Spend 30 minutes with us to learn how to "W.I.N." as parents during this global crisis. We provide tips on how to organize your day so that you can get work done while ensuring that your own school-age kids do the same. Whether your home is high-tech, no-tech, or anywhere between, there are resources available to keep your students engaged throughout the week.

Parents can view the recording on YouTube. Watch through to the end for an engaging parent Q&A!

In these uncertain times, your military community needs support more than ever. Make sure that your members are getting access the academic support they need from Tutor.com/military by sharing new graphics like the ones below in your newsletters and on social media.

Online Learning?
Nobody said it has to be inside! Get outdoors and online with free tutoring and homework help through Tutor.com™ for U.S. Military Families!

Go to tutor.com/military to get started.

Is Your Child Learning from Home? Need help?
Expert online tutors can help your child with this FREE service through Tutor.com™ for U.S. Military Families!

Go to tutor.com/military to get started.

Visit tutor.com/clientcaremil/digital for more new graphics focused on remote learning.

Have questions or need help with marketing ideas? Forward This militarysupport@tutor.com


"I needed help with common core math for my daughter since I never learned how [to use it]. It was different back [when I was in school].
The tutor helped a lot!" 💜 Elementary School Parent, Coast Guard

"[A] great tutor helped me understand what I wasn't in class to learn.
This service is a life saver among all this coronavirus chaos."
💜 High School Student, U.S. Air Force Child

"Thank you so much! Sadly due to COVID-19 we are not able to go to school.
:) Thank you!" 💜 Middle School Student, U.S. Navy Child

"Very helpful. Would be lost without this service especially while the world is homeschooling." 💜 Middle School Student, U.S. Air Force Child


We're Here for You: "Purpled" Up!

Your client services team is working hard to ensure that you get the educational support you need. We think about military kids every day of the year, but April was the Month of the Military Child, so we “purpled" up in honor of MOMC20—pandemic-style! Though the month has ended, our support for mil kids worldwide carries on.

Please reach out to us at militarysupport@tutor.com at any time if you have questions or need to request assistance. We're here to help.

Warm regards,
Your Tutor.com/military Support Team

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