100 Heroic Teachers Win TutorCams

We name them our "One Hundred Heroes"

LOS ANGELES,  They are a hundred wonderful instructors nominated by using students, parents, colleagues and cherished ones who will acquire a TutorCam Go to join with college students in the course of their far off classes.


Our "One Hundred Heroes" marketing campaign winners instruct one of a kind education, math, English, art, music, culinary arts and science.

One is a speech pathologist instructing intellectually disabled students, some specialize in assisting students with dyslexia whilst others are Kumon tutors.

"Teachers have constantly been gorgeous however have emerge as superheroes educating on line lessons at some stage in the COVID-19 pandemic," TutorCam inventor, Brandon Kennington, said.

Brandon introduced ultimate month he would supply a hundred TutorCam Go units to instructors struggling with technology, monetary or different constraints at some point of the pandemic.

The Purdue University mechanical engineering graduate was once stimulated to create the TutorCam after instructing on line math lessons at his kids' Los Angeles college in the early days of the pandemic.

He should now not exhibit the college students the pencil and paper he used to clear up problems.

TutorCams are file digicam stands permitting instructors and college students with a pill or smartphone to furnish a digicam view of their workbooks in the course of virtual lessons.

NBC's Today Show described TutorCams as a "must-have".

Here are some of our "One Hundred Heroes":


Cathy, a speech pathologist educator in Virginia, was once nominated by using her scholar Joel. Joel has an intellectual disability. Their periods had been face-to-face, however the pandemic pressured them to go remote.

"The TutorCam is very useful for speech remedy therapy that includes the usage of an augmentative/alternative verbal exchange system or speech producing utility on an iPad," Cathy said.


Rochelle is a math trainer in a "high poverty" location of Detroit. "In arithmetic a instructor has to be in a position to see their student's thinking," Rochelle said. "COVID has delivered but any other barrier to equitable schooling for our students. I consider TutorCam can assist bridge the getting to know gap."


Kathy, a studying interventionist in Texas, is described as a "superhero" for the way she teaches far off classes, tutors after college and buys faculty substances for college students out of her very own pocket. 

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