Adult education tutors needed in Kent and Sussex Counties, Delaware!

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is looking for qualified tutors in Kent and Sussex Counties, Delaware. Tutors are needed for adults with learning disabilities in Dover and Georgetown, Delaware areas. Part-time. Subjects matter includes study skills, reading comprehension, basic math and GED test preparation. Daytime mostly, some evening and weekend hours available. Special education background helpful. Minimum of bachelor’s degree and experience tutoring/teaching adult learners required, exclusive of practicum, student teaching and substituting.

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The play’s the thing! Back to Basics Learning Dynamics thespians are a hit in Wilmington, Delaware!

For 25 years, Back to Basics in Wilmington, Delaware has been recognized as the area’s undisputed leader in one-on-one tutoring. In addition, the firm offers a unique Delaware private school for grades K-12 and a Private Business and Trade School for adults. Back to Basics is the 2010 Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

ESL helps bilingual business succeed

This article originally appeared in the Delaware Business Ledger.

by Beverly Stewart

Compressed ESLWe all know that the mid-Atlantic, and indeed the entire U.S., is becoming more diverse. In 2003 nearly 12 percent of the U.S. population was foreign-born. The 2000 Census found that nearly 18 percent of the population over age 5 speaks a language other than English at home, and close to half of them reported that they speak English “less than very well.”

That language gap offers both challenges and opportunities to business owners. Foreign-born workers will account for about half of the growth in America’s working-age population …

Make Yourself More Valuable: Develop New Work Skills

Become a key worker for your employer

By Beverly Stewart

The bad economic news just keeps coming; it seems like furloughs and layoffs are being announced almost daily. At such times, it is only natural to worry that your head might be next on the chopping block. While you might be tempted to hunker down and hope for the best, a much better strategy woud be to make yourself more valuable to your employer by developing new skills that will benefit the organization. And if you do lose your job, being able to add in-demand skills to your resume will …

It’s never too late to learn! Continuing education options in Delaware

tutors2If you think it’s too late to go back to school or continue learning, think again! Here are some encouraging annual Delaware statistics:

  • Over 5,500 adults receive instruction through community programs
  • About 750 people take their GED test and pass
  • Approximately 1,100 inmates take part in prison-based educational services

If you are currently not attending school, give some thought to furthering your education. Whether you are looking for employment, trying to get ahead in a current position, get vocational training, enter college or learn English, there’s a place for you in the education world. And Back to Basics can help …