Do I need to develop my teaching resources?
At Edulyte, we believe that the most effective way of tutoring is to provide personalised learning materials to each learner based on their learning needs & goals. Hence, all tutors need to prepare their teaching resources, we do have ready to use resources for ESL for you to use.
We recommend tutors to develop small study notes covering one concept at a time, you don’t have to create an entire course to start teaching. Even if you have materials for 3 classes, create a live course happening thrice a week, keep updating your materials as time permits.
With us taking care of operations, marketing and support, we allow you to concentrate on teaching exceptionally well. For some subjects, we have partnerships with renowned publishers who offer their teaching materials to our tutors and learning materials to our students.
What happens to the resource materials/ assessments that I develop on Edulyte’s platform?
Edulyte gives you access to the latest tools to help you grow as a tutor and develop your branding, skills and portfolio.You own your resources, however, you grant us non-exclusive, irrevocable right to use those content. Detailed information is ...
Do tutors always teach the same students?
No, tutors can teach any learner who makes a booking from anywhere.
Which subjects can I teach at Edulyte?
We have tutors from various fields. The main categories they cater to are ESL (English as Second Language), Mathematics, Test Preparation, Languages, Music, Art & Hobbies, Technology & Development, Business and Consulting. This is not an exhaustive ...
How many hours do I have to teach every week?
Edulyte allows you to create a flexible schedule that fits your needs. Learners will book One-on-One lessons with you by selecting a slot from your availability. It's important to keep reviewing your scheduling regularly. You can set up a schedule ...
How much can I earn with Edulyte?
There is no limit on how much money you can make with us. Your earnings depend on the per session rate you set, the number of lessons you teach and how many learners continue learning with you. We advise new tutors to keep the session price lower to ...