Advantages of Teaching Adults: Constructive Exchanges with the Tutor Being more receptive means that the student is more involved in the lesson, unlike children and teenagers. This allows the tutor and student to regularly have more interesting discussions with one another.5/5(1). The Benefits of Tutoring for Adult Learners Posted by Ellen Massey on Monday, February 12, Peirce College is dedicated to helping non-traditional students of all ages achieve academic and career success.
The benefits of tutoring for seniors, though, suggest more people should consider this activity during their retirement years. One of the biggest motivations for people over the age of 50 to tutor is to share knowledge they’ve accumulated throughout their lifetimes, according to a survey from Wyzant, an online-based company of paid tutors.