Booking Sessions📅

How can I book the next session for a student?

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Written by Abigail Williams
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How do I Book a Session for My Student?

To book a session for your student, follow the below steps:

  1. Navigate to your Students page and locate the student you want to book for

  2. Click the blue Book Lesson button

  3. Enter a Title and Description for the session

  4. Switch the calendar to your student's time zone (important!)

  5. Choose the time slot you would like to book

  6. Click the blue Book button


Who Should Book the Next Session?

We encourage teachers to leave five minutes at the end of each session to book the next session for your student. Once you and your student decide on a time, you can book the session for the student by following the steps above. Students can also book the next session themselves if they prefer to. That being said, teachers who book for their students tend to have the most consistent booking rates.

🚩Important: Teachers should only book sessions for students that the student has agreed to. Please do not proactively schedule a session if your student has not confirmed that the time works for them.

Can We Book Multiple Weeks Out?

Absolutely! If you and your student have agreed on a consistent weekly time, feel free to book out weeks or even a month in advance. Many teachers find that this sort of routine helps keep their calendar full and consistent.

How Far in Advance Must I Book a Session?

Teachers and students can only book sessions more than 24 hours in advance.

How Can I Add the Session to My Google Calendar?

When you or the student book a new session, you will automatically receive a confirmation email. To add the session to your Google calendar, do the following:

  1. Open the confirmation email on a desktop or laptop computer

  2. Click "Add to Calendar" from the top of the email

  3. A new calendar event will pop up. Just click the blue "Save" button to add it to your schedule

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