Alaysia
Hello to all Italki learners👋 I have a question… Do you stick to one teacher, or do you book lessons with different teachers? Personally… I have one “go to” tutor and I then I like to use multiple tutors for a particular skill. For example, some tutors specialize in Arabic writing while others specialize in reading Arabic literature and poetry. I love observing different teaching styles and I gain a new perspective from each tutor. I think this works best for people focusing on one language at a time. What are your thoughts 💭?? I WOULD LIKE INPUT FROM TUTORS AND TEACHERS AS WELL~ thanks 😊
Nov 8, 2021 2:54 AM
Answers · 13
It take times for students and teachers to know each other. Think twice before you determine to pick one.
November 8, 2021
Walikum aslam You are right, you will learn a new thing from every teacher because everyone has a different way to learn his student I do the same thing when I want to learn about some thing, I try to get information and any thing new helpful for me from everyone one Good luck, إن شاء الله
November 8, 2021
Looking for a tutor requires a lot of time and energy. As a student, I don’t want to waste time and energy on looking for teachers. As a tutor, I also prefer stable students, so most of my students stay with me after Free Trial. Now my Conversion Ratio is 83.33%. I think it’s Okay. Because there are some customers who would like to hear different accents, or some students who are forced to learn by their parents, no shows, etc.
November 8, 2021
I've tried both ways for my French, as I'm trying to improve my conversational skills, I think it's better to stay with one tutor, to avoid repetitions (especially the first conversation), and actually, it helps the teacher to adapt to my needs, knowing already my level and my common mistakes. Though, I do believe that there are some teachers who can do better for a specific skill, having many teachers for many skills is also a good idea.
November 8, 2021
Sure , getting ur info from different sources is a good point
November 8, 2021
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