Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Florida Real Estate Exam, A Tutor for You

     I teach classes at Climer School of Real Estate to twenty to forty students.  This is a less than ideal way to learn.  The ideal way to learn is one on one tutoring.What a fabulous idea.  Why doesn't everyone do it? 

     Every one does not do one on one tutoring because it is expensive.  Failing the Florida real estate exam at $31.50 per try is also expensive. 

     One of the major differences between one on one tutoring and a classroom is feedback.   When I am in a classroom with twenty students, I do a math problem.  I ask the students, " Are you with me?".  All twenty students tell me they are with me.  Do you believe that?  Are all twenty students with me?  No.  Some are.  Some are not.  The ones that are not will never let me know in a classroom. 

     As a teacher, I will never intentionally embarrass a student in class.  That is my policy.  All teachers don't feel that way.  Many instructors think it is OK to embarrass a student in class.  Students don't like it and will avoid it at all costs.  That is why they say they are with me when they are not.  As a veteran teacher, I know this.  I will often repeat the explanation.  Sometimes time will not allow that. 

     When I am tutoring one on one, there is only me and the student.  I don't have to ask,"Are you with me?".  I can watch them push the buttons  on the calculator.  I can ask the student to explain it to me.   There is no embarrassment.   There is no one there but   me and the student. 

     One on one tutoring is wonderful.  I wish I could do all my teaching that way.  I can not.

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  2. What evidence do the authors offer to support their claim that real estate agents exploit an information asymmetry to their client’s detriment?