Chemistry is just one of those subjects, it either clicks or it doesn't. Many students find maths and physics easy, but when it comes to chemistry they just feel lost. And it's understandable. It can be challenging to connect the concepts to real-life, see how it all relates to their day-to-day. When they're struggling, students tend to give up easily and at some point, they stop trying altogether. If...
Chemistry is just one of those subjects, it either clicks or it doesn't. Many students find maths and physics easy, but when it comes to chemistry they just feel lost.
And it's understandable. It can be challenging to connect the concepts to real-life, see how it all relates to their day-to-day. When they're struggling, students tend to give up easily and at some point, they stop trying altogether.
If your child doesn't catch on right away, or maybe they consider chemistry a complete waste of time, it can be hard to convince them otherwise. What we've found is that students react better when it comes from someone who they can relate to.
They react to mentors, someone closer to their age, who shares the same experience. That's why tutors are in a unique position to help a student grow.
That's why great tutoring can make such a big difference.
Want to find out how? We can allocate a local Bundoora chemistry tutor within a day or two. They reach out to you and set up a first lesson whenever you and your child can make it.
If you like the tutor's approach you keep working with them. If you are not 100% satisfied - we consider it a trial lesson and find a better match. It's that simple!
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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.
Had trouble when explaining concepts to the student, he would interrupt, thinking he understood the concept, but would show that he had not fully grasped it. Sometimes he would pick up the calculator instead of interrupting which would also reduce fluidity of the lesson.
She is very enthusiastic about maths but gets distracted and bored easily For a child of her age she seems to put a lot of effort into maths Always completes work really quickly but she doesn't seek out her own learning after finishing set homework
Must continue to work on setting out questions. Various areas have been noted, they include; multiplication, division, fractions and percentage.These along with other areas are being addressed during lessons as to ensure his continued effort and learning.
Hello Erica, Thanks for touching base. Isabella is great. She's gelled really nicely with Meg, who is already saying that for the first time she understands why things are done a certain way, rather than just being told to do it. I'll let you know if any issues arise but at this point I can't see any at this stage. Cheers
Thank you for the follow up. Tegan is doing great and Thanaa is happy with her tutoring. Thank you for all the help.
Hi Erica, Thanks for your email - we are very happy with Keith. Both Caleb and Elijah have settled well with him.