We welcome you to join our 5th English webinar for italki teachers on Monday 25th January from 12:00 to 13:30 (GMT+0) (What is my local time?). The topic of discussion is “Tips of Successful Trial Lessons”.
You may watch the recording of the webinar via this link.
The hosts are Selena and Natasa, 2 experienced italki teachers who are going to share their knowledge and experiences with you. They are the masters in keeping loyal students after trial lessons. The webinar will be hosted on YouTube and the recording will be made available for teachers to watch.
(Teacher ID: 7489016)
Selena is a professional teacher, teaching Spanish and English on italki. She has a Bachelor’s degree in general basic education and can speak Spanish, English, French and she’s also learning Turkish in italki too. Since joining italki in July 2020, she has completed over 1000 lessons.
(Teacher ID: 502096)
Natasa is an experienced and professional language teacher with a proven track record.
She studied Languages, Management and Economics, Interpreting and Translation. She worked for several multinational corporations, such as IBM and Amazon. She lived in Rome, Italy, Budapest, Hungary and Prague, Czech Republic. She speaks English and Italian fluently. She is learning Hungarian and is familiar with Russian and Spanish.
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Hi, I'm Steve and am a 63 year old retired Mechanical Engineer with the gift of gab. I am not a professional teacher, nor do I speak any other language other than English. I have worked on Italki & another school for six years performing Conversational English with students. We practice talking like between friends. I'm not very familiar with the rules of English, (pronoun usage, adverbs, etc...) It has got me through, but I would like to get more out of it. We chat about the weather, politics, religion, current events, etc. Students always tell me they don't know how to start a conversation. I think I make a decent living supplementing my income, but would like to know of any good tips you could offer me like how to hold onto my trial students. I'm fairly tech savvy and can manage my way around the internet, the browsers, file downloads & websites. Thanks & I look forward to your reply.
Hi Steve, please watch the webinar: Tips of Successful Trial Lessons by open the youtube video link in this article. There are lots of best practices of having trial lessons. Please let me know if they are helpful. If you still have questions and doubts about this subject, you may reach the hosts of this webinar.
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