Could the solution to your teen’s math struggles be found in their school schedule? Could requesting their math classes to be earlier in the day or later in the afternoon be the key to better grades and a deeper mathematical understanding? Teachers, counselors, academic advisors and other ..
Working with a tutor can be one of the most beneficial steps in transforming struggling students into successful students. The one-on-one attention works wonders by focusing on the student’s individual needs, strengths and weaknesses. The tutor and student relationship is an important one, and when a match ..
They roll their eyes, they ignore you, they have an attitude. They are 12 going on 17 and getting them excited about anything that doesn’t involve video games, taking selfies or watching their favorite show can be like pulling teeth. But getting your almost teenagers excited about math ..
Students who spend the majority of their class time squinting to see the board, or straining their ears to hear what the teacher is saying can quickly become lost and discouraged. Students with visual and auditory disabilities may be hesitant to speak up and ask for help in ..
In order to avoid starting the New Year with the student feeling very rusty with their work, tuition over the holidays can be a significant factor in the success of the student. The longer the student doesn't revise the work from tutorials, the more of the work, techniques ..
Students will require varied amounts of tuition based on several factors, for instance their current academic standing, their goals, their year level, and the length of time to achieve the goals. Tutoring can make a large difference to under performing students and this can really boost their confidence ..
One student has stopped her tutoring because she had access to free tutoring at her school and that though I tried my best to convince her and her parents that it would be better to continue with me since she was used to the teaching style, she declined. ..
A student's parents want to stop tutoring after his exam but i think he needs to continue as we've only really just begun and i feel he will just forget everything and go back to how he was before. It is probably a good idea to speak ..
One of my students has been sick for the last few weeks and has thus missed a substantial amount of maths - any tips for catching them up? This is a fairly common scenario in tutoring. Here are some suggestions. First get the student on side by discussing ..
Having some trouble maintaining a consistent schedule with one of my students (in Year 7), especially close to her exams and also getting her to complete all set work at home. Time management is challenging for most adults so it is hard to expect too much in this ..