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.
Sophie is doing a good job at speaking her thoughts aloud, and is good at putting pen to paper and setting out her working in a logical way. She is not afraid to be wrong and ask questions when needed, which is really important for her learning and progress. Sophie is also slowly gaining confidence with her fraction skills, and learning to revise and review notes taken from previous weeks.
He is keen to learn and is still taking notes during class. He seems more willing to tackle challenging questions now, but he can still improve his confidence. I am happy with the effort Adriano demonstrated thus far. He seems to be doing his homework and he is willing to take notes during class. He also learns quickly during our lessons. Adriano has started to write his working out more often now, which is a good sign of improvement.
Again, makes careless errors too often. Biggest issue at the present time is a lack of recollection - Keira seems to be able to grasp concepts fairly quickly, and is able to apply them quickly as well. However one or two weeks later she loses this knowledge- this isn't just for tutoring, this is for topics that have been covered by her school earlier in the year. Low memory retention is a massive concern as it destabilises any mathematical any mathematical foundation she may build.
Tabinder has made Leon come a long way in the last 2 weeks and he is quite proud of his achievements.
Dakshi has been a wonderful tutor and if she is available next year we would love to have her back.
My tutoring is going great, Rory is awesome and I'm very happy with the way things are going. Feeling so much better about my maths already.