Try not to confuse learning time with teaching time


I’m just about to start my Advanced Level class on Monday. Β 

With the systems and materials we’ve put in place the students will be learning for an hour each day.

But … I won’t be teaching them for an hour each day! Β  I’ll just be checking in on their work and guiding them as needed.

This has two big advantages for students.

  1. They can do the learning at any hour of the day (important as we have students from all over the world)
  2. It works out a lot cheaper!

If you want to hire me for one on one coaching it costs between $7,000 and $10,000 per month. Β  Β But for this course, Β still with a full hour of actual learning each day, Β the students will pay less than $24 per hour for the 21 days!

(This does mean I’m undercutting all of you, Β so we’ll have to think about that for the future!)

Of course the worst case scenario is an hour of teaching each day without any learning going on. Β So don’t do that!

Instead think how you can maximize the learning time for students each day whilst minimizing the actual teaching time.

That way you can reach many more students, have a much bigger impact in the world and everyone gets much better rates!

And if you know anyone who’d like to join my Advanced Level ( C1/C2) English Class to get a whole year’s worth of improvement in just 21 days, the class starts Monday and enrollment closes this Sunday, so tell them to get in soon! Β ( Or join yourself if you’d like to see how I teach!)Β 



Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. When I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. Now I help teachers just like you teach amazing lessons and double your incomes!