Even if your child is doing fairly well in biology, with science there's always something new to master. Passing the exams or getting the grades they want is not a problem for most students, but what they sometimes miss is an opportunity to hone their learning skills. Through science subjects, in particular, students gain transferable skills that are not only useful for other subjects but real-life problems as well. In reality, it's not just...
Even if your child is doing fairly well in biology, with science there's always something new to master. Passing the exams or getting the grades they want is not a problem for most students, but what they sometimes miss is an opportunity to hone their learning skills.
Through science subjects, in particular, students gain transferable skills that are not only useful for other subjects but real-life problems as well. In reality, it's not just about the content, it's more about the way of thinking. Of course, exams and grades are important, but we've also found that students tend to react positively to tutors who show them these nuances in learning.
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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.
I would like to see Claudia talk more, as she works her way through a problem, during tutorials. This will allow me to gain an insight into her thought process and it will also help her to see how she approaches problems. I would also encourage her to write her thoughts down by using 'pen-to-paper' and check her work through 'back-check'. It is also important for her to think about the context of problems.
Really starting to develop a positive attitude to maths itself, she also does enjoy a lot of the work we do which in new (even so far as to occasionally add onto homework I set) Given the amount of work/ how quickly she gets through the work she really does put a lot of effort into her maths and her homework Ash gets her work done efficiently and neatly.
It will help Julian a lot if he can learn his times tables so that he can immediately see patterns in numbers. Emily needs to focus on adding and subtracting fractions. Both are progressing well.
Please be advised that I would like to cease the tutoring services of your company. My boy has greatly benefited from the tutoring of Robin who has shown great patience, ability and caring. I did inform Robin last night that I was not continuing with tutoring as I feel Liam is now back on the Maths track. If I need further assistance, I'll give you a call. Thanks (especially to Robin).
Yes, Lauren is fantastic!! Jesse is actually enjoying the work and doing Lauren's set homework (and it's the holidays)! Thank you so much!
thanks for your enquiry. Isabella is enjoying her time with Manisha and the topics they are covering are all starting to sink in. Isabella likes they way Manisha explains things to her and feels comfortable in asking questions. Manisha seems like a very capable person and I like her professional manner in all things. At end of each lesson, she runs through with me what has been covered and leaves Isabella with some tips and exercises to go over during the week. I am pleased with how things are progressing and will continue until Isabella feels like she is at a place where she no longer requires assistance.