Tutor Time Now was created by Harvard graduate Tatum Hutton; where learning is customized to figure it out. Tutor Time Now offers in-person tutoring in the San Francisco Bay area, as well as world-wide tutoring via Skype. Tatum began tutoring part-time while working as a certified teacher over ten years ago before developing it into a full-time business. Tutor Time Now specializes in college prep and learning differences. Tutoring is offered to all ages with numerous subjects, specifically SAT prep, math, science, English, and writing. The company, using its own in-house designed SAT review system, has helped numerous students raise their SAT scores as much as 380 points, with two students scoring perfectly, just like Tatum. To learn more about Tutor Time Now and to read student and parent testimonials, please go to tutortimenow.com.
Niles Technology Group was founded in 2007 to develop software for emerging technologies and has developed a series of mobile computing applications dedicated to teaching superior writing and logical thinking skills. With its experience in the technology and content required to develop full-featured products for students, Niles Technology Group is already in the top 25 of all iPhone app publishers and the Achievers Writing Center and Essay Writing Wizard apps have sold successfully worldwide. The key to Niles Technology Group’s success is specificity. Each app is specific to the writing task at hand. Michael A. Niles, the founder, was formerly, for eight years, the President and CEO of The Right Education, Inc. (TRE), a web-based educational technology company that developed The Learning Accelerator. He looks forward to continuing to bring top-line education products to the mobile computing marketplace. Copyright (C) 2007-2010 Niles Technology Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
In our last post, we discussed how to use apps more effectively and what to look for in a mobile app to achieve better memory retention and thus a higher learning acumen. A couple of questions remain; what does an effective, study-enhancing app really look like and how would it function?