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Start Off This School Year On The Right Foot With On Demand Online Classroom Lessons

A new website,, brings the classroom lessons anywhere families have internet access. As students start off the new school year, they should consider the following: TORONTO, ON, August 27, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — A new website,, brings the classroom lessons anywhere families have internet access. As students start off the new school year, they should consider the following:

"In 2007, about 1/3 of grade 8 students and 1/5 of grade 4 students in the United States scored ‘below basic’ in proficiency in math."
Source-The National Center for Education Statistics

"In 2006, 29% of Canadian 15 year olds received low reading scores."
Source-PISA OECD Reading Assessment provides about 400 videos, 500 worksheets, and over 100 tips for learning. All worksheets are taken up in the videos so students will be able to immediately correct their work, see their mistakes, and improve their skills. Classroom lessons are only taught once in school, but at students can receive English and math online tutoring lessons and worksheets any time throughout the school year. Students from grade one to high school use Tutorgiant videos to get ahead, catch up, and study for tests.

According to Sympatico MSN technology expert, Marc Saltzman,

"Whether you’re pulling your hair out over algebra or struggling with science, a unique, refreshing, and accessible new website,, is trying to help students with on-demand instructional videos and accompanying printable worksheets. A site like Tutorgiant can really get a student up to speed…get some extra homework to help complement what kids have already received from their teacher. If you want your kids to excel in school, definitely have them check out" also offers free online math and reading  assessments, and free advice and tips so that parents can get an idea of their child’s weaker areas before it’s too late into the term. Launched by education expert, Stuart Ackerman MSc.Ed, video lessons are all curriculum based. Mr. Ackerman has compiled curricula from North America and Europe to create all the math and English lessons that students receive in school. Members have unlimited access to all videos in every grade twenty four hours a day.’s format is created to help students who are not able to keep up with daily classroom work. It also caters to homeschoolers, students with learning disabilities, and students with different learning styles.

Founder, Stuart Ackerman states,
"The lesson is the most critical part of the learning experience. Practicing the skills and concepts learned from the lesson is second. I’ve developed to do both. The learning experience can now cross the boundaries of time and location. Families have more control than ever with regards to their child’s education by learning where and when thier children learn. Technology will help those students who miss school because they are ill or because they require more reinforcement of skills and concepts."

Stuart Ackerman gives educational tips on the radio, television, and in the newspapers on a regular basis. He is certified in both the United States and Canada. Stuart Ackerman has his Masters Degree in Education and has over 14 years experience teaching and tutoring all grades.

For more information contact Stuart Ackerman at:
(905) 237-3323

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