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  • Seek, Meet, Interact, Learn, Educate

  • How It Works: Sessions
  • FAQ's
  • Q and A's
  • Mottos For Success

What is a Session?

     A session is a pre-determined academic or non academic meeting between a student or a group of students and a sessioner (aka Tutor, etc.) that will take place at a particular time and at a specific place using a specific mode of communication and technology. Note: A session can also be an asynchronous session too for those students who are independent learners.

     Are you wondering what a sessioner is? A sessioner is person who can be a tutor, a parent, an educator, an administrator, a support staff member, a member of a non profit business, a government employee, a person in private business, a member of the community or a college student who conducts online or offline sessions for free, for a fee or for a cost.

     At isessioner.com, sessioners create sessions that can last for one day or they can last indefinitely. It just depends on what the sessioner is trying to accomplish or what the students are requesting.

How It Works

     You search for a session or a sessioner and verify the sessioner's credentials. You then send them an inquiry with questions you want answers from. Once you have selected the sessioner for the session you will take, you register for that session through your account. If the session is free, you will receive an email confirmation that you have successfully registered for that session. If the session has a session registration fee or a cost, you will be taken to paypal.com to make the payment. If the session has a post session fee or cost, you will be required to make the payment after the session has been completed. You don't have to have a free paypal.com account to make a payment, but you must have a valid credit card to complete the payment at paypal.com. The image below will give you some idea of how the session process works, but can vary depending on the setup.

How It Works: Search for Sessioners and verify their credentials. Then, send an email or a text message with questions. Next, register for an email, in person, online or telephone session. Lastly, pay for the session during registration or after the session has been completed.

     A session can be open or it can be scheduled. An open session is open to any student or attendee to register for as long as there is space available and once you register you will be able to conduct your session at that time in real-time. Think of it as an on demand (open) session. A scheduled session takes place over a given period of time with the days and the times prescheduled.  
Session Kinds

1. Open
2. Scheduled

     A Public Session is open to anyone to register for as long as there is a slot available. A Private Session is only available to the student/tutee or the sessioner who receives a personal invitation from the sessioner through the Internal Messenger. The Private Session is initiated by the attendee be it a student or another sessioner contacting the sessioner through the Internal Messenger (IM) or email. If the sessioner agrees to do the session or not, they will let them know. If the sessioner agrees to the Private Session, they will create the session and then, notify the student or attendee on what they need to do to complete the session registration process.  
Session Types

1. Public
2. Private

Session Purposes

  1. Academics
  2. Apprenticeship
  3. Coaching
  4. College
  5. Counseling
  6. Entrepreneurship
  7. Intake
  8. Internship
  9. Jobs
  10. Language
  11. Leadership
  12. Learning
  13. Mentoring
  14. Parenting
  15. Social
  16. Scholarship
  17. Teaching
  18. Training
  19. Tutoring
  20. Volunteering
Session Purpose
     The purpose for a session can range from academics to volunteering. Even though there is a list to choose from for the purpose of a session, the sessioner has the option to create their own session purpose too. Its really a matter of what you want to do and what you can do with what you have, but the main focus will always be on helping the students and thus, helping their family too.
     There are four different session modes. Each session mode name is specific as to how the session will be conducted. The telephone session mode though could be conducted through a landline telephone or through a cell phone. The online session mode requires the use of a online collaborative whiteboard. Currently, the online collaborative whiteboards being used on this website are Together JSBitpaper and Google Meets for virtual group meetings.
Session Modes

1. In Person
2. Email
3. Telephone
4. Online

     Each session can last from thirty minutes to a few hours. The specific time can be found in the session's listing. To find a session is a matter of using the Session Search: Subject page. The entire Session Subjects list is below and you must have an account to use it. Once you find the session you are looking for, you can view the sessioner's profile too and contact them using the Internal Messenger (IM).

Session Registration

     Once you've decided on the session you will take, your next move is to click the register link for that session to register. If you don't have a account, you will need to get one in order to be able to register for that session.

     The clickable flowcharts below is another way of looking at how a typical session process would work for tutoring. This does not mean every session created will be an exact replica of each other, because each session must be created to fit the needs of the student(s) or attendee(s) and incorporate a teaching method that best fits the learning style of the the student(s) or attendee(s).

Session Payment

     If the session is free, you will receive an email confirmation that you have successfully registered for that session. If the session has a session registration fee or cost, you will be taken to paypal.com to make the payment. If the session has a post session fee or cost, you will be required to make the payment through paypal.com after the session has been completed. You don't have to have a free paypal.com account to make a payment, but you must have a valid credit card to complete the payment.

Session Subjects

  1. Accounting
  2. Advisory
  3. Art
  4. Athletics
  5. Business
  6. Clubs
  7. Coding
  8. College Readiness
  9. Committees
  10. Community Hours
  11. Conferences
  12. Counseling
  13. District Tests
  14. ELL
  15. English
  16. ESL
  17. Evaluations
  18. Family Sciences
  19. Finance
  20. Gaming
  21. Industrial Education
  22. JROTC
  23. Language Arts
  24. Life Skills
  25. Mathematics
  26. Mentoring
  27. Music
  28. National Assessments
  29. Organizations
  30. Parenting
  31. Parenting Skills
  32. Performing Arts
  33. PE-Health
  34. Professional Development
  35. Reading
  36. Robotics
  37. Scholarships
  38. Science
  39. Sessions
  40. Social Sciences
  41. Social Skills
  42. Social Studies
  43. SPED
  44. State Assessments
  45. Student Mentoring
  46. Teacher Mentoring
  47. Technology
  48. Testing
  49. Test Prep
  50. Training
  51. Vocational Education
  52. Video Production
  53. World Languages
  54. Writing

Sessioner Flowchart Image

Session Flow Chart: sessioner


Student Flowchart Image

Session Flow Chart: Student

Knowledge Base

     Please click the Knowledge Base link in the left-side menu for more detailed information regarding sessions. You will also find know-how, how-to's, illustrations, tutorials, videos and resources to help you with using isessioner.com's Tutoring, Learning and Collaboration website platform.


     These are the most frequently asked questions submitted by the sessioners, the students and the parents regarding the sessions.


     Sessioner FAQ Link


     Student FAQ Link


     Parent FAQ Link

Questions and Answer's (Q&A's)

     These are the questions and answers submitted by the sessioners, the students and the parents that are NON ACADEMIC in nature.


     Sessioner Q&A Link


     Student Q&A Link


     Parent Q&A Link

Learning Anew Success Mottos

S.M.I.L.E. - Seek, Meet, Interact, Learn, EducateS.M.I.L.E.

     Today, we know taking a lot of classroom notes and being tested over those notes is not an ideal strategy to learn the material. Students learn the material the best when they are actively involved in producing and applying the learning material in new ways from the old ways or using project based building that will develop meaningful skills beyond the normal classroom learning. It isn't absolute, but you get the idea. In each case, the student seeks to find the answers to what they are looking for and in doing so, they will meet other people, and through those interactions, they will learn what is to be learned and, from what is learned, they will in turn educate others. This is what I call S.M.I.L.E. (Seek, Meet, Interact, Learn, Educate) and it's a philosophy you will find in any successful education program list.


This bullet list below represents some of the main things that should be present in a successful education program.

  • sessioners are able to seek and receive ongoing training.
  • Communication is happening on a regular basis between all the participants.
  • Collaboration is seen as an essential component for any session created.
  • Training material is always available for the sessioner to make improvments.
  • There are established sessions for students to get immediate help.
  • Students are able to find the best fit for them in choosing a sessioner.
  • The sessions are structured to meet the needs of the students and help the family.
  • The sessions and the services provided by the program are monitored.
  • There is an amicable relationship between all the participants and the stakeholders.
  • There is a strong sense of community between all the participants and the stakeholders.

     No matter what you are seeking, you can be assured isessioner.com is not a century-plus old one room school thinking motto, but is in fact the right solution to help education to change in the best interest of the students using the motto S.M.I.L.E.

S.T.A.R.S. - Students That Are Resilient SucceedS.T.A.R.S.

     Another one of our motto's is that ALL students are S.T.A.R.S. (Students, That, Are, Resilient, Succeed). Its not easy to become S.T.A.R.S., but with the right frame of mind, a positive attitude and a good work ethic it can happen. These attributes are necessary in order for students to become S.T.A.R.S. Using S.T.A.R.S. in conjunction with S.M.I.L.E. is a strategy that should generate positive results in no matter what you do. Not only will you be successful in whatever you do, you will also attract like minded people as well as other people who will help you. Success is not found in a vacuum. Success is the result of asking yourself the right questions, making the right decisions and doing the right things and utilizing the network you are part of that has your best interest in mind. When you build upon the successes you have and spread it to other people it makes it easier for the successes to continue for you and for others.

Motivation: There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from. -Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross