Well, having tutored people in computers, there is a cost which is
different from the financial cost.
I charged $20 an hour to teach whatever the person wanted to know.
I walked them through the different functions of whatever program it was,
made sure they took notes, had them try on their own with me
overlooking, just standard stuff.
But after a year of doing it full time, I had to cut back to
only occasional. Why?
Because it was frustrating. The prices were inexpensive (I worked
only with small business people), but I discovered that my patience
would often run thin. Hopefully I didn't show it, but inside
I was kicking and screaming to myself, "We went over that
5 times already!". But it wasn't the students so much, as me.
Anywho - I'm wondering:
What's the difference between tutoring and private lessons?
Aren't they the same? or are there distinctions? [if so,
I'm quite interested and would like to know more!]