Connecting Teachers, Tutors and Parents
Reducing teacher workload by connecting teachers and volunteer tutors. Teachers can create and assign custom lesson plans for volunteer tutors and get feedback for each student and lesson
Providing quality Lesson Plans prepared and vetted by teachers that help guide the tutoring session and provide enough time to tailor each session based on individual student needs
Parents get free lesson plans that the teacher prepares for volunteer tutors. Extra problem sets as well as guidelines. Know what other students are learning. Hire professional help when needed
Providing help BEFORE the student falls behind in class is key. We facilitate getting real time help at no or low cost to parents leading to better testing outcomes for all types of families
What is LearnTAV?
Our aim is to help teachers reduce their workload. We do this via an application designed to interface teachers, parents and the tutors in order to bridge the learning gap for students. Teachers assign lesson plans for volunteer students. These lesson plans are made available to all parents. Parents can hire external help or use these lessons as guidelines for extra practice for their child. Tutors available on our software are volunteers and charge 20-50% less when providing out of classroom help to parents. We provide the best quality lessons, customized by the teacher and in sync with classroom instruction. Real time help at low or no cost to parents.
Free for schools and Parents
Teachers and parents get to use this software free of charge
All tutors on this app are experienced, have passed a rigorous background check and are committed to providing low cost tutoring
20-50% Lower Cost for tutoring outside of the classroom
In Sync with Classroom Teaching
Since the teacher creates and assigns these lessons, you know exactly what is happening in your child's classroom
Creating a village is hard, but we're doing our best!
Dr. Vishal Thapar
Dr. Rohini Sen
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