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.
Talking aloud has been the main focus so far and Tarlia is doing great. She is gaining confidence in saying her times tables out loud and she is making less and less mistakes each time. Another strategy that we have been working on is note taking. Everytime we cover something new I ask her to summarise it, and let her use the summary to help jog her memory when we revisit the topic and needs a little push. Her notes are good but sometimes has trouble trying to understand what she meant before.
Jess is quick to congratulate herself when she is correct which is good for her self-esteem and confidence, but she can also take it to heart when small errors are made. This is not necessarily a poor thing, as it can be a driver for a competitive work habit. Some homework has also been incomplete on occasion.
Jades predominant struggle is with worded problems. While she is able to understand numerical processes well and apply them to number questions, when faced with worded questions, she struggles to put them in numerical forms.
We are extremely happy with Estephanie. She has managed to hit exactly the right note. We are just looking for Isabel to understand some basic principles and Estaphie is managing this with patience and skill. I cannot speak highly enough of Estaphanie.
I am happy with the way things have started up. Peter has already had an improvement in his Maths test result and I am hoping that this will also be the case with his recent SAC.
Thank you for your follow up email. Yes it all seems to be going along fine with Ben. I think Cassie is finding helpful and slowly building her confidence again. She was quite a bit behind and struggling so I understand it will probably take a little while. She had a maths test last week which Ben appeared to provide a thorough preparation for her.