I’m helping a student on NextLevel Tutor Network to find a home tuition teacher for Form 5 physics and chemistry. The location is in Subang Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
A Chinese female tutor is preferred. Click here for more information on the tuition job. If interested, please contact info [at] nextlevel.com.my.
If you operate a tuition agency or a tuition web site, you are welcome to contact me if you have any tutor under your belt who can take the student. We can work out some deal for this job, or even for future jobs in the long-term.
I have many partner tuition agencies in Singapore, but almost not a single reliable one in Malaysia. Why? Perhaps tuition agencies in Malaysia think NextLevel is their competitor. But this is a misnomer. Actually NextLevel is a platform not only for tutors, parents and students. It is also for tuition businesses to promote their tuition service online.
For example, after I met the entrepreneur behind one local tuition web site, I offered him to take over all tutiion jobs on NextLevel Malaysia site that are not taken by our tutors. But apparently, somehow he was not interested.
By the way, what do you think of the current debate whether to continue teaching maths and science in Malaysian schools in English? No offense to anyone, but I think it should continue for now. Once launched, it takes years to gauge the results for an initiative.
By the way, learning something in English does not necessarily mean a threat to any other language. Let’s not have such “red ocean” kind of mentality.
I’m helping two students from my NextLevel Tutor Network to look for teacher who can teach them Korean language at their home in Taman Mastiara, Jalan Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.
I don’t charge commission. I’ll just pass you to the students. More information can be found here at http://nextlevel.com.my/assignment/32401
So if you can teach Korean, or know someone else who can, please let me know at info [at] nextlevel.com.my.
By the way, do you like to learn foreign language? Yes, I do. I wish to learn Japanese, Korean, Thai, Spanish and French. Very greedy hor
But I can’t be learning so many things at the same time. So for those who know me, you know what I’m at – it’s Japanese. So let me just show off.
はじめまして、どうぞよろしく おねがいします (hajimemashite, douzoyoroshiku onegaishimasu).
It means “nice to meet you”. Very long, isn’t it? Literally it means “It’s my first time seeing you. Please be nice to me”. It’s a polite way of saying when meeting someone for the first time. Japanese put much importance on politeness, and it seems to me that the more words you use, the more polite you will be
Interested in any new tongue?
Sorry but NextLevel Tutor Network (Malaysia) web site at http://nextlevel.com.my is currently down while I’m doing a little revamp to the whole web site.
For the time being, you can still access NextLevel Tutor Network (Singapore) web site at http://nextlevel.com.sg to get tutors and tuition jobs. It is the same site as the Malaysian site.
It’s time to change business model!
Well this is something that we cannot run away. It must be done sooner or later, for the betterment of your experience
Ok, please take note that we will migrate the web sites below to a new server tonight at 11pm:
- NextLevel Tutor Network (Malaysia) at http://nextlevel.com.my
- NextLevel Tutor Network (Singapore) at http://nextlevel.com.sg
- RickySoo.com at http://www.rickysoo.com
The migration, which involves changing of domain name server (DNS), can take up the whole night. Hopefully you will be able to access the sites in the morning.