For students doing physics, demands quickly become complex. While real-life problems tend to be hard to comprehend, it's also when students depend on logical thinking the most. It's pretty straightforward, to master a subject, students need to be challenged and that means struggling from time to time. As your child moves up the curriculum you might have already thought about offering additional support. You...
For students doing physics, demands quickly become complex. While real-life problems tend to be hard to comprehend, it's also when students depend on logical thinking the most.
It's pretty straightforward, to master a subject, students need to be challenged and that means struggling from time to time.
As your child moves up the curriculum you might have already thought about offering additional support. You might have even looked for physics tutoring in Carramar or somewhere close so you can easily fit it into your busy schedule. But you might have also been unsure what to look for.
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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.
We continue to find methods to help recall of problem solving strategies, but the focus is always on the basic understanding of the concepts at hand. At Charlotte's request, we are focusing on functions and inequalities, as well as volumes and areas.
Up to date with his work and attempts every question even if he doesn't fully understand what to do. Highly commend his attitude towards Maths as he tries to get through everything and asks questions on which direction he should take and why, rather than asking me to walk him through the answer which is a large improvement.
Again I'd say the biggest issue is making this connection between mathematics and the real world. I do believe this will be easier now given the geometrical content at school, which is very visual, and we are working these days on actually "seeing" the mathematics being done.
Mike has been great and very patient with Chelsea. Most importantly Chelsea is feeling comfortable with him and starting to open up and ask questions. He is also very organised and we are really happy.
We are very happy with Baily. She is very competent in math, but is also a very good teacher. She makes learning fun and the boys' relationship with her is developing well. As a person, Baily has a lovely manner about her, is very respectful, but confident.
We are happy with Jordan so far. He seems to have acknowledged the areas Kate has problems with and is giving her homework tasks for these, as well as helping with some current class topics. She already seems to be feeling better about maths.