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 Chapel Hill 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.
I've provided a calendar to help track completing 5-10mins of daily revision - it's an exercise where instead of just reading from a book, you read your own written notes, think actively and imagine explaining them to someone else. The more often this is done the better.
Coopers attitude , work habits and effort have been excellent for the past few months with Cooper staying focused and concentrating for the majority of the lesson. The only concern I would have in this regard is that at times, when he finishes his school Math work and we work on new Math concepts that he has no learnt yet, he might not be as focused and attentive as he is with the Math work that the school assigns for him.
There are still some issues with some more basic math skills such as fractions. At times in topics while the beginning of a topic is grasped well, when it comes to more difficult problems/later chapters in a topic some of the basics are forgotten.
Jane is great. She is easy to talk to and seems very keen to help Tanner. Tanner also likes her and he already seems to have learnt things from her and is remembering it. While kids generally don't like any form of school work, Tanner seems to enjoy being tutored by Jane. She makes things fun for him.
Gary has been a good personality fit with Myles. He has been gentle and encouraging and Myles is motivated to do more maths throughout the week where previously he was feeling it was all too hard.
Cassandra has told me that her new tutor DJ has an excellent teaching style. He shows her every step of a maths problem and encourages questions. DJ also goes to the effort of making up personalised worksheets for her based on her maths book. Thank you, DJ, the effort is appreciated.