Happy Child, Crying Mom… How To Make Them Both Happy in Demo?

As you know, in the education field, the customers are parents while the clients are kids. When teaching a class, you will meet two different people who have different needs.

The parents want their kids to learn, and the kids only want to have fun. How can we make them both happy in your class is challenging?

Here are some tips to help!

 

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Markon Simens
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Markon Simens

These demos would be SOOOOOOO MUCH BETTER if the agents would instruct clients how to use the interactive material. Especially the “Letter T” lesson, which is practically unusable without the client’s participation.

Silke
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Silke

I totally, utterly, wholeheartedly agree! I don’t want to “diss” any agents here, but 99% of the time, they don’t even bother answering my questions in the chat, if I ask for the student’s name and age before starting, or they don’t reply when I talk to them (before the lesson starts).

Lissete Boldo
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Lissete Boldo

I’ve found students love singing phrases. It’s a great tip to model or set a pattern!

Glenda Trevino
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Glenda Trevino

Lissete! Thanks for sharing! Yes, it is true! They do love it and makes it easier for them to catch sentencer patterns, right?

Michelle Brindle
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Michelle Brindle

I love watching your fun examples! It’s given me lots of new ideas! Thank you Glenda!

Glenda Trevino
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Glenda Trevino

Thank you Michelle! 🙂

Glenda Trevino
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Glenda Trevino

Thank you Michelle! 🙂

Roxanne Picher
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Roxanne Picher

Well done Glenda! Great tips in this video!

Itzel L.
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Itzel L.

Excellent !

Anna Zimmerman
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Anna Zimmerman

thanks for the reminder about not using incidental English..it’s difficult to avoid, but I must try harder!

Glenda Trevino
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Glenda Trevino

Anna, I know! I’m really chatty! So it takes an extra effort each time!!

Mercy Rivera
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Mercy Rivera

I’m a big fun! Great tips Glenda. Thank you.

Silke
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Silke

Thanks so much for those tips! One issue though is that pretty much *all* the students I have taught in demos have no idea how to use the tools. I only had one student who managed to circle things, but he didn’t know how to click on things. It would really be good if the agents could make this a priority before we start with our lesson. I feel this is very important because us teachers have to make a great first impression, and if the student doesn’t know how to participate we cannot make it as fun as it… Read more »

Greta T
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Greta T

Loved the information teacher Glenda! I found it very useful!🥰