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The Top 12 Amazing Benefits of Online Tutoring in Australia


Online tutoring in Australia is rapidly gaining popularity and many parents are curious about the pros and cons of taking learning online. In this blog post, we will examine some of the common misconceptions about online tutoring and explore its many benefits.

Tutoring Online in Australia

Since that thing happened in 2020 and much of the world had to homeschool, there has been an explosion of online tutoring in Australia. Online learning is becoming one of the fastest-growing industries. Not just tutoring for children, but for adults who want to learn new skills too. According to Business Wire e-learning is expected to grow by over 250% between 2017 to 2026. The e-learning industry is expected to grow to 3.75 billion by 2025.

That is a lot of zoom meetings!

So with that in mind, why not enrol in online tutoring? Since it is the way of the future - online tutoring not only benefits students by supporting them with their learning needs, but it also supports them to learn the skills they need to be successful learners in the future.

Online Tutoring vs In Person Tutoring

Some parents I speak to are skeptical about online tutoring. Usually, their first response is, I don’t know if they will be able to concentrate, or I’m not sure if they will know what to do.

These concerns are certainly understandable, but from my experience of tutoring online, I find the EXACT opposite happens. The reality is that kids love tech. In fact, most kids are more tech-savvy than us! Even those of us who think of ourselves as pretty tech capable.

I find that kids love learning online. Online tutoring using Zoom is actually SO much fun. There are so many apps that integrate into Zoom that the online tutor can use, that it opens up a whole new world of possibilities to make learning exciting, fun, and memorable.

Students who were surveyed post-2020 about whether or not they would want to continue online learning overwhelmingly said they wanted to continue learning online. 72% said they wanted to continue learning online and 70% said that they enjoyed learning online more than traditional lessons.