Instructors should never touch the student’s computer device, this takes patience. (Our students are always 'in the driving seat' and work at their own pace.)
People learn best from the experience of completing a useful task. When a student is stuck their instructor should ask them open questions and not tell them what to do. This means the student often works out the solution for themselves.
ComputerDriving® lessons must be high quality and low cost. Lessons should also help the student learn how to save money.
Leave your ego at the door and focus on providing the best service to the Tomtie member.
Be accountable for the quality of the ComputerDriving® lesson.