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Finding a suitable maths tutor for your child can be difficult. Where do you start? What do you look for? Experience? Personality? Someone local? Should they teach their own content or work on your child's current school work? How often should you have tutoring? How long should each session be? Is a particular time of the day more effective than other times? So many questions, but, after years and years of experience, we can assure you there is no on-size-fits-all answer. Tuition is an individual matter....
Finding a suitable maths tutor for your child can be difficult. Where do you start? What do you look for? Experience? Personality? Someone local? Should they teach their own content or work on your child's current school work? How often should you have tutoring? How long should each session be? Is a particular time of the day more effective than other times?
So many questions, but, after years and years of experience, we can assure you there is no on-size-fits-all answer. Tuition is an individual matter. It's really about finding someone who is a good match for your specific situation. That means a good personality match + a teaching style that matches the student's learning style + a good balance between empathy and authoritativeness + many other things.
Unfortunately no tutor profile can tell you if the tutor will be a good match. You won't know that until you see them working together.
It usually doesn't take us more than a few days to organise a maths tutor in Chipping Norton. And, we really want you to love your tutor! That's why your first lesson works as a trial. Don't think the match is good? We'll organise someone else...
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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.
Searrah has been using the skills that I found suit her the most. She likes to think to herself and talking aloud can sometimes confuse her so I've encouraged her to use the pen and paper strategies, correcting herself, and to avoid rule dependency. I usually let her use her own way of answering age solving, as long as it's a suitable approach. Her confidence has been raised, she's much more eager to solve questions, she seems understanding, and always puts I. As much effort as she can.
Harry is mostly attentive during class, though occasionally he gets distracted by his surroundings. Harry is willing to learn during the lesson, and ask questions to clarify things he does not understand. Harry tends to not revisit his tests once he gets the mark back and knows where and how he got wrong. The problem is without further practicing, he forgets how to do those questions that he got wrong in the test.
Corey gets confused when he does mix calculations like addition, subtraction and Multiplication one after another. He has to be reminded to check for the calculation sign and perform the calculations accordingly. Also he has to work on his problem solving skills. Mix calculations, subtractions where a carry over to other number is required, fractions and problem solving questions
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Lauren had her first Tutorial with Caitlin today and Caitlin loved her straight away with confidence built on day one. So far, so good :0)
Thank you for your email. So far so good, Kristopher is very good and Sammi is very happy as she is now starting to understand maths. My husband and I are very pleased. :)
Cassidy has had one session with Scott. Cassidy came home very positive, saying that Scott was great at explaining concepts and that he will benefit from his tutoring support. Cassidy related well with Scott and seemed very impressed by his level of knowledge and by his academic progress at university. In effect, Scott is a great role model for Cassidy. I hope this all continues well.