Hotline uses a free, online whiteboard tool. It lets tutors and students work together online. You and your Hotline tutor can draw, write, make pictures, and share math formulas on a whiteboard.
Please respect other students’ sessions! Only enter a classroom AFTER you have begun a tutoring session with a Hotline teacher.
Ask the teacher for the link to the whiteboards and enter the classroom that the Hotline teacher assigns you.
Enter your codename or other name in the box that appears.
Use the tools on the page to work through your homework assignment with one of our teachers.
We have had to make our online whiteboard access a private page.
Please ask your tutor how to get to the whiteboards to effectively complete your homework.
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DO YOU NEED TO SEND A IMAGE OF YOUR assignment TO A HOTLINE TEACHER?
Text your picture to 615-379-8106 and call us just after you send the photo!
Ask us if you need help sending the photo, or how you can share a screenshot of your digital assignments. Our teachers can help!
We don’t monitor this number for incoming tutoring requests and do not check it unless we’re expecting an image from you. By texting us an image, you confirm Hotline may contact you via text unless expressed otherwise.
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NEED REGULAR HELP WITH ONE SUBJECT OR CONCEPT?
Is your student falling behind in a specific subject at school? Has he/she missed an important concept that is causing current homework to be an issue? Scheduling a tutor for weekly calls may be right for you. You get to select a specific night and time during the week for a tutor to give your child a call. With the materials you provide (worksheets from school, online worksheets, teacher given practice, etc.), the tutor can help your child master difficult concepts that his/her teachers may not be continuing to cover in class. To get started, we ask you to sign an agreement saying your student will be available at the designated time each week. Contact us for more information.