Sunday, April 29

My short online tutoring career.

In fact it never started. I applied for a few positions to teach maths online and I attended their online interview using Skype. I was selected because of my double post graduate qualifications and 12 years of teaching experience.

But the time did not suit me; due to time difference I was asked to stay awake between 2 AM to 4 AM. I declined the offer.

During that online interview, the interviewer asked me if I know the new coaching methodology called ‘Appreciate Coaching’ which is based on focusing on students on ideals, achievements, and other psychological state of mind.

Sara Orem, PhD, a faculty member in the online university’s School of Business and Technology, co-authors book titled ‘Appreciative Coaching: A Positive Process for Change’.

“Rather than focusing on individuals in limited or problem-oriented ways, Appreciative Coaching guides the reader through four stages – Discovery, Dream, Design and Destiny – that inspire them to an appreciative and empowering view of themselves and their future,” Orem says. “What we have presented is really a new application of appreciative inquiry.”

Who are benefited?

Online tutors, corporate trainers, HRD professionals make use of this new coaching methodology.

The fully accredited Capella University is sought after by students worldwide. They are known as the best e-learning institution and their commitment in providing high-caliber academic excellence and pursuing balanced business growth draws the best academicians from the nation.

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