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.
Jerry's notes and formatting have improved, his working is more organised and he's been practising drawing diagrams. To help with working organised, I recommend using scrap paper to jot anything he wishes down, and then to write the clearly structured answer. We continue to spend most of our time discussing the physics theory, not the maths, so I can't comment on back checking or rule dependence.
Matthew's attitude, effort and work habits are all excellent. He always has homework completed, always attempts questions to the best of his capabilities and writes (semi-legibly) all working in his book.
At the beginning of the month, the student had a vague understanding of basic Trigonometric principles but now there are just a few gaps that remain in the harder parts of trigonometry (e.g. 3-D trig)
Madison has now had two sessions with Emma, they seem to be going well, Emma is very personable, has been working on some practice sheets with Madison for an upcoming maths test. All seems well so far.
It is going well with Gerard. Gerard is focusing on homework each week and then extending him in certain areas, such as fractions and decimals, which he finds hard. Luke has mentioned that he has learnt some new ways of approaching some problems and algorithms, which has made him feel more confident at school. Gerard has a lovely manner and appears to relate well to Luke.
Gabie really likes Michael and his way of teaching. We are very happy with him so far. I am very impressed with your staff so far.