Chemistry can be confusing. Even if students pick it up in the beginning, the sheer amount of content and scope of principles can be overwhelming. It's no wonder most students need an extra push from time to time. The best thing teachers can do if their students are struggling is approach their learning in a personalized way, really getting to know their habits and specific challenges they face. There's nothing like having that one person who...
Chemistry can be confusing. Even if students pick it up in the beginning, the sheer amount of content and scope of principles can be overwhelming. It's no wonder most students need an extra push from time to time.
The best thing teachers can do if their students are struggling is approach their learning in a personalized way, really getting to know their habits and specific challenges they face. There's nothing like having that one person who knows your study habits inside out, especially when it comes to science. Unfortunately, in classrooms, that's not always possible.
Many parents find that tutoring helps bridge the gap, but locating a reliable chemistry tutor in Camperdown isn't as easy as it sounds.
That's where we can help, that's what we do best.
You choose the time, what you want the tutor to work on and how often they should come. If you are not sure what your child needs, we will figure it out for you.
Once we have a chat we will match you with a local Camperdown chemistry tutor and set up the first lesson.
And what if something doesn't seem right, you just don't like the first lesson? No worries, we won't charge you! Instead, we'll look for someone who's a better match.
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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.
Eugene is continuing to underline key words and writing out his full working for solving problems. This is pleasing to observe. However, he must continue to write out his steps neatly and make use of the writing space provided. This way, the tutor can observe if there are any errors in the working. He applies the "pen and paper" and "talking aloud" strategies well and is encouraged to keep doing so.
Khalid has a good attitude. He seems excited to learn algebra. His efforts are good. At first, he might display misgivings toward a particular kind of exercise if there are some difficulties, but his attitude will change for the better when he learns how to think about that problem His work habits are fine. Every now and then he will produce a "cheat sheet", a summary of topics covered before an exam.
A few algebra gaps, but some new tricks were taught that turned out to be very helpful. Rarely any problem areas. Confidence in knowing that she does in fact already know what to do could be built a little.
Everything is going well with Warit. Evan is happy with him so far. I trust that will continue. He's comfortable to ask if he doesn't understand something. Warit has given Evan some good maths tips with his times tables that Evan has understood.
Emily is doing very well and Melanie is great. Emily is really comfortable with her and although it is early days she is improving. I am really happy with Melanie and the progress so far.
In a nut shell, we are very happy with Tamara and Laura's progress so far. Her teaching techniques are excellent, exactly what Laura needed & to top it off she is very well mannered and very patient. You can also see that she genuinely enjoys teaching/educating her students. It's a shame there are not more teachers like her!