Tutoring via Zoom, Skype, Facetime or any
other form of Internet is often the best
medium to receive tutoring. ADHD ADD,
Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger, Executive
Function Disorder and other learning issues
call for Internet lessons. Students whom
receive tutoring on a weekly basis are far
more likely to reach their scholastic goals,
and build social skills than if they are
inconsistent in receiving tutorial sessions.

Facetime, Skype and other formats that are
similar in nature greatly increase the
likelihood of this taking place. Specifically,
students may seek to cancel due to
extracurricular schedule conflicts, or are
sick, or need to travel with their family can
often reschedule. Albeit, if students
receiving tutoring in person need to set up a
different time for a tutoring session, it often
leaves them without other times to meet a
tutor; this is due tutors' driving time to and
from a students home in order to have a
session take place. There are many cases in
which I can reschedule a tutorial session if I
do not need an extra hour or more to drive
to and from a learner’s home.

Some of my students are online for their
tutorials and they site the following reasons
for favoring it;my training, experience and
most importantly proven track record in
most cases is far superior than those with
less training and experience, which means
they get to work with me because of the
Internet when they would be too far away
otherwise; they enjoy being able to have
more flexibility on when we meet for
session; they do not mind having tutorials
provided they can still take trips with their
family. For example, a student of mine
wanted to continue tutoring, while visiting
relatives on the West coast. He simply had
his lessons with me and still did all the
activities with his relatives, so it was
convenient for him. Other students have
been sick and would have to cancel not
because they felt too bad to work, rather
they did not want me to catch their airborne
health issue, which could include a mild

In my experience, tutorials through Skype,
Zoom, Facetime, and other Internet tutoring
technology has usually proven to be more
effective for people receive tutoring.
Naturally, exceptions are one hundred
percent when they take place; there
certainly are some cases where students
need to be met in person.

ADHD ADD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger,
Executive Function Disorder issues have
been effectively addressed through Skype,
Facetime and other formats in my many
years as a learning specialist tutor.
Facetime, Zoom, Skype Tutor, coach and
author of this short writing about Internet
tutoring, John Toker, M.Ed. LD K-12, M.A.
has a site called:
Learn Differently Tutor