Why would you ever need to know about combustion, corrosion, and electrochemical processes? Most students wonder about that too, especially if they don't plan on going into science. Chemistry can seem abstract, learning about elements and matter, how equilibrium occurs and how chemical systems react. No wonder students get discouraged. All it takes for a student to go from a mild distaste for chemistry to...
Why would you ever need to know about combustion, corrosion, and electrochemical processes? Most students wonder about that too, especially if they don't plan on going into science.
Chemistry can seem abstract, learning about elements and matter, how equilibrium occurs and how chemical systems react. No wonder students get discouraged.
All it takes for a student to go from a mild distaste for chemistry to understanding what is scribbled in the textbook is someone to point out what to avoid and where to put in that extra hour of revision. It's like with any problem situation in schooling and even in their personal life, students need to know about using effective strategies. Then all you need is persistence, staying on task until you reach your goal.
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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.
Talking aloud, back checking, pen to paper, self questioning, ok to be wrong, confidence, note taking, good corrections, transfer skills, seeking understanding, avoid rule dependence, avoid lazy thinking, format skills, avoid lazy thinking
Whilst it is clear that she finds maths difficult and dislikes the subject overall, her attitude towards studying and improving is commendable. She's willing to listen and try to implement those strategies to paper. Good effort in terms of forcing herself to listen in class, completing her homework and so forth. Her general working habits seem fine - though in terms of her mathematical work and solutions, she could definitely be a bit more organised. Still attempting to help her with that.
Reinforcing knowledge with algebra is required, however he is doing quite well. When a question is not comprehended correctly or back checking is not done well, 'silly mistakes' will arise.
El-Abed is tutoring Faith in Maths, he has understood & targeted her multiple gaps in Maths. El-Abed has a great attitude & it appears Faith is keeping focused. Also after two sessions Faith has said its helping.
Deepti has a really nice working relationship with my daughter. She feels comfortable with her and enjoys her maths classes.
Deepti is working with my daughter for more than a year as her Tutor. The great strength of Deepti is the trust relationship that she develop with the students, so they feel comfortable to open up and get the guidelines she share and teach. My daughter was definitely improved her math, but more important improved her confident and approach to math.