Monday, September 11, 2017

Discount on Educator.com subscription


Every parent wants their child to do well in school and getting a discount in the process is even better. When a student isn't able to live up to the full potential in the classroom, services like Educator.com can help a student succeed.
For those not familiar with the service, Educator.com is a startup e-learning site focused on delivering the highest quality educational content created by great teachers. The Educator experience is designed to provide you with everything you need to succeed in your high school and university level courses.
Their site creates a one-to-one learning environment with the instructor; emphasizing graphical explanations and working through solution steps. Their goal is to make learning accessible, affordable, and fun for every student. Plus, they have a special discount for readers of this blog that I'll explain in a moment.
First, I want to tell you a little more about Educator.com and some of the things that I like about it. I really like the fact that there are multiple examples worked out and explained in each lecture as well as:
  • Under each lecture video are comprehensive notes that detail things to remember and common student mistakes. It is the perfect tool to refresh your memory before a big test without having to watch the entire lecture again;
  • Taught by the most effective college professors;
  • All of their instructors have doctorate degrees and are current university professors. Several have more than 25 years of teaching experience; and
  • Interactive student community to answer questions.
With all of these benefits, I'm pleased to an exclusive 10% discount for any of their courses for readers of the Warrendale (Detroit) Blog. All of these courses include a free introductory lesson.
To get this 10% off discount on a six-month or annual subscription, readers should enter the coupon code 399840D0EF at checkout.
This discount is brought to you by the Warrendale (Detroit) Blog as part of our Tip of the Week feature. Please check back next week for more advice for your home, money, and life.
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