It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind. Catching up while others move on to a completely different area can cause a serious drop in motivation. While most students manage to stay afloat and get the grades they want, it doesn't have to be such an uphill battle.
It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind.
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Not much in particular to talk about here. There is the usual I would like to see Parsa actively applying these more but that is about overall progress rather than some achievement that he simply needs to meet. As long as he does it a little bit more every week, that is all I ask for.
Amelia has done an AMAZING job remembering the simple steps made for her for the conversations of units for measurements. This is a big step in moving ahead to harder questions and shows her effort towards maths.
understands most content, makes silly mistakes in tests such as half-yearly. she has improved at attempting questions which is great to see, and earning marks where she can. biggest problem area currently - graphing.
l am extremely happy with Tara. She is such a lovely person, so thank-you for sending her to us.
Adib is wonderful. Ethan enjoys the time spent with him and is getting his motivation back, which is great.
Karly is enjoying the tutoring (as much as kids do!) Pablo is great & always contactable. He keeps in touch & plans for Karly. He is always flexible.