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 Clarence Park 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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Once you reach out to us we can allocate a local Clarence Park physics tutor within a day or two. They set up the first lesson whenever you and your child can make it.
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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.
Imogen is a great listener and very good at talking about what she is struggling with. She uses an eraser on her work a bit too much, so she isn't able to reflect on past mistakes. Confidence needs more work but I have already noticed a difference in her attitude toward maths.
Pauline is very quick to understand new ideas and take them on in her working. However, she is very quick to second guess herself, even when she has the right answer. She needs to learn that it is okay to be wrong, as this is simply the first step towards the right answer.
Marcus has problems with basic counting. He can count with visual aids quite well but struggles to count mentally. He also has some difficulty remembering the question as he's working through it, often times getting lost in the process of solving the question.
Esme has connected with her tutor and is progressing well. We are pleased with the progress so far.
Tutoring seems to be going well. I think both Matthew and Abbey are starting to settle into a routine. Abbey has started to apply some of the methods Matthew has shown her to school work. She has come home from school a couple of times now, saying she was asked a question during maths time and got it right. Which, of course, she was very happy about! Within the next few weeks, I will receive Abbey's report for semester 1. I will show Matt, so he has even more understanding of her needs. I'm looking forward to seeing what they achieve in the coming months.
Georgia and myself are very happy with our tutor, Jess. They have a good rapport together and Georgia improved in confidence and Maths already.