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Big, Little Changes in Tutor LMS

Tutor starts pleasant spring with a few big, little changes. The development team keeps working on the features which surely meet teachers, managers and of course students demands. So, let’s

Learn languages by playing

It’s been quite a busy time here at Tutor. We are expanding the platform in different directions at the same time. Our Course Finder team continue working hard to make

LMS-nice to meet you!

Hi there!  It is a big honor for me to present you our LMS . In this post, I’ll tell you about the product’s mission, main features, and future expectations.

New Feature: Attendance Marking

Hi! Let's start the new week with some new features to make the process of using LMS more enjoyable. Attendance marking and submitted data edition  Marking an attendance is one of

Improved level tests in new version of Tutor

Test results are now more preciseRegular assessment is an inseparable part of language learning. That is why we improved the level test in Tutor Bot app. We refined the logic

Applying the best language teaching method

Part 1: how this should be conductedLearning process is like a tango performed by two: teacher and learner. And the music they pick up dictates all the vibes and success

Going through the popular EFL coursebooks

These days, English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers have a variety of resources and teaching materials at their disposal. However, making the right decision, in terms of choosing the

Next Step done!

Ready to share with you the results of our work for this new 3.3.0 version of Tutor Bot. What's new Every application starts with a registration. And this must be

Can design help you learn better? Yes, it can!

Do you think design is just a surface and a self-expression means? We think, design can do more. Let’s see how. What’s new in this version? The most important things

Teacher: a controller or a luminary?

The daily routine of a teacher is pretty presumed. Most of their time teachers spend on the preparation of the class rather than paying individual attention to each and every