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.
Liana has taken well to the format of lessons, and has improved the use of skills such as back checking as well as adopting the skill of talking aloud. This will enable Liana to independently tackle difficult math problems while ensuring that all the necessary steps are taken to avoid small errors.
Bethany sometimes gets distracted during our sessions with doodling. Often this begins when she's completed a question and Bailey is still doing it. In those circumstances it isn't really an issue, but she needs to be able to snap out of the doodling quicker to return to the new tasks when Bailey is ready to move on as well.
Jasmine seems to get anxious during her exams. She gets the difficult part right most of the time but misses out some easy Maths. I am going to give her tests from now on, so I know what she is struggling with and she also gets practice of taking lots of tests and hope that it helps with her exam anxiety.
Domenic has only had one session with Alvin, but he thinks he is 'awesome'. He likes the tips and tricks Alvin explains for solving maths problems. He's not keen on tutorials over holidays so will continue with more weekly lessons starting next week.
I am very happy with Aston. Joshua loved him and Aston is a great role Josh. Aston will be coming over for the second tutoring lesson tomorrow and I am pretty sure everything will work out perfectly.
We had one lesson with Taruka, she is lovely and Isabella enjoyed it. With school holiday and long weekend we haven't managed another but will definitely be starting up next week again.