Physics is one of those subjects that easily sparks interest. Students learn about natural laws, how tiny specks behave and how gargantuan planets orbit light-years away. Because of its many applications science has become one of the most exciting fields of the future. From theory to application, there's a lot to wrap your head around. As you move up the curriculum the content does become highly technical.
Physics is one of those subjects that easily sparks interest. Students learn about natural laws, how tiny specks behave and how gargantuan planets orbit light-years away.
Because of its many applications science has become one of the most exciting fields of the future. From theory to application, there's a lot to wrap your head around. As you move up the curriculum the content does become highly technical.
It's easy to get lost in the details, and when you need to cram all of the concepts for a test it can easily become overwhelming. That's where a great tutor can help.
Finding a tutor is a great way to help your child out while staying involved in their education. And if you are looking for someone local, a physics tutor in Bankstown Aerodrome, we can definitely help!
We've found that students usually need someone to motivate them, set a routine and show them adequate study techniques. Apart from that, it's simply about finding someone your child feels comfortable around. Someone they click with.
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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.
Shaun has worked diligently this month, working hard through the homework and tasks I have set him to complete. Something he still needs to work a bit more on is backchecking his work, as it will help him both learn from the mistakes he may have made and why he may have made that mistake.
Ash generally has a good attitude, but is still very easily distracted and is often tired. I have been trialling short breaks with more intense periods of work, which seems to suit Ash better. When focused, Ash shows great effort, but these bursts are unfortunately short. Ash needs to improve his written work, as it lacks organisation and detail and has cost him marks.
Taylah has done well understanding how to expand equations with brackets. We have also worked on factorising equations which needs a little more work to build Taylah's confidence. Taylah has also done very well remembering what nouns, adverbs, pronouns, etc. are. Taylah often says that she is unable to do a maths problem after a quick glance although when we step through it together she can do it. Taylah must build the confidence to attempt a question herself.
Tanay enjoys learning with Curtis which is a great thing so I am sure he will listen to what Curtis has to tell him.
Everything seems to be going well so far. Karl seems super smart and very friendly and Gabriel gets along with him well.
Jacques seems quite happy with the 3 weeks tutoring he has had and when asked says he is enjoying the lessons. So a good start.