Most students approach learning biology like any other subject. They know the basics, what to do and what to avoid, and truth be told, in most cases it's enough to pass the tests. Science subjects, and especially biology, can be tricky though. More often than not, students will need a push - just a little bit of guidance to get the most out of their learning. We work with many Alawa biology tutors and most have...
Most students approach learning biology like any other subject. They know the basics, what to do and what to avoid, and truth be told, in most cases it's enough to pass the tests.
Science subjects, and especially biology, can be tricky though. More often than not, students will need a push - just a little bit of guidance to get the most out of their learning.
We work with many Alawa biology tutors and most have a story or two about student hiccups. Sometimes it's silly mistakes and other times just a lack of consistency - simple details that could have saved them time and energy. Never skip your lab notes! tutors find themselves reminding students over and over. Yet most tend to forget them.
Tutors we work with are there to help out with homework, revising, getting ahead or solving advanced problems - whatever your child needs. And they are available within a day or two. All we need to get things started is to have a chat with you.
We figure out what kind of support your child needs and organise one-on-one biology tutoring in Alawa. On top of that, we keep things simple and convenient. There are no extra fees or hidden charges, just a simple hourly rate.
Last but not least, to make sure you and your child really like the tutor - the first lesson comes as a free trial and with a money-back guarantee.
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The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
Keane uses a lot of these learning strategies well. Currently I think that the most important one that needs to be worked on is pen to paper, writing down his working out as he completes the question because lately we have been doing a lot of calculator work and he does it all on the calculator before writing down his working. Here the calculator should be used as an aid to his working out, not the other way around.
Emily has a good attitude towards her work, and is interested to find out other methods to improve her skill set Emily clearly makes an effort to understand the topics. Perhaps what is missing is spending as much time as she can to practise on many exercises which will help her improve I see no problems in Emily's work habits
- dealing with positive and negative numbers involving in adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing - times tables need to be more quickly recalled - solving equations - algebra skills to need to be more refined n/a
Cameron has been enjoying the time spent with Ryan. They get along well. Cameron is gaining confidence, both in doing his maths work and asking for help.
Delila is really a great find. She and Isabella are getting along extremely well - by far the best tutor we have had. I hope she can stay around for a long time.
We are over the moon with what John is teaching Alisha. She was in her Maths class yesterday and the teacher asked the class a question that no one new the answer to except Alisha. The teacher was so impressed.