Innovate your Title I Tutoring Services through Data-Driven, Live 1:1 Virtual Tutoring SPONSORED by FEV Tutor
Join FEV Tutor to learn about an innovative approach that delivers 1-to-1 tutoring services to Title I/at-risk students during school hours, before/after school programs, at home, on weekends, or anywhere in between. We pair students with their own professional live tutor who works 1-on-1 with them in real-time on an engaging virtual whiteboard based on a Personalized Tutoring Plan. Tutoring plans are created by analyzing existing student benchmark data and in collaboration with each of our partner's teachers and staff. We work closely with our partner schools to identify the students who will benefit most from our tutoring services and to align our tutoring with their curriculum, standards, goals, and initiatives. Cobb County Schools in Georgia will be joining us to discuss how FEV worked in collaboration with their Title I schools to tailor-fit tutoring services to meet Cobb County's needs and to explore the impact on student achievement.
Natalie Hutchins is a Title I Consultant and Parent Involvement Program Supervisor. This is her 11th year with Cobb County Schools. She has served as a bilingual parent liaison working with the department to contribute to award winning recognition at the 2008 Title I National Conference for her Tuesday Morning and Engaging Activities Backpack parent involvement programs. Recently, she has been hosting the only ESOL Resource Lab model in the county at Kennesaw Elementary. She is experienced in adult education through her coaching role at Jacksonville State University for their graduate studies education program, Kappa Delta Pi’s Parent Involvement Webinar Series, and GADOE contributions to our new Teacher Resource Link learning tool. Her background in future stakeholder planning, in association with Teachers as Advisors and GaBest’s local business programs, support her new role as the Title I Secondary School Consultant to foster community involvement. She challenges her community to seek parent investment opportunities in a digital age, and utilizes her skills to promote research-based, supplemental resources to foster parent engagement and student based instructional programs at the secondary level. Her passion is to support educators and parents in creating home-school learning environments to meet the needs of all learners.
Ryan is the co-founder and leader of the FEV Tutor division. This self-described “Business Geek” comes from a family of educators and started his career as a substitute teacher in upstate New York. Ryan has an inherent passion for education and is able to excel in his role as division leader. He currently manages and oversees all aspects of FEV Tutor including new business development, implementation, and operations. Ryan holds a Bachelors of Science from Ithaca College.