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    Tutoring in Cupertino


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    Business Listing   Huntington Learning Center - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 996-1200


    Business Listing   Skool-Aid - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 517-0500


    Business Listing   Sylvan Learning Center - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 446-3623


    Business Listing   Thinktank Learning - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 253-8300


    Business Listing   Tutoring Club - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 446-4955


    Business Listing   Windsor House Learning Center - Cupertino, CA - Phone: (408) 996-0451


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    Helpful Definition for: Tutoring


    A tutor in Cupertino is a person employed in the education of others, either individually or in groups. Tutoring is to perform the functions of a tutor. A tutor gives professional instruction in a given topic or field, sometimes within a school setting but often independently. Tutoring involves taking responsibilities of a form or class of students in a particular year group. The responsibilities are in addition to teaching, planning and monitoring academic classes. Tutoring would also mean to provide parents with most of the information about their child’s progress and any problems they might be experiencing. Tutoring may be private, academic, online or home, depending which of them the parents would choose for their wards.

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