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 Closeburn isn't as easy as it sounds.
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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 Closeburn chemistry tutor and set up the first lesson.
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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.
Began to start TA and BC. Made good progress in the first session in regard to both of those methods. Need to begin to avoid lazy thinking. A lot of guessing is done without actually thinking about the problem
Bethany is a great student. Once I have explained the concept and how to work it out, she is able to quickly grasp the concept and apply. I would recommend that she does practice the content we have gone through in our lesson, so that she does not forget it by the next lesson. She attempts all the questions she is given, and in most cases can figure out the most suitable approach. Repetition of question types would be useful for her to improve her speed.
Did not strive to excel, minimal efforts in learning. Leave things to last minute and then depends on luck. He was given exam corrections as homework for tutoring but did not finish, rather rely on the tutor to give him directions and suggestions without attempting to solve the problems first. When I asked him to make an efforts to try, he could do it but normally did not want to.
Lauren and Caitlin have got off to a good start. Lauren is very understanding of Caitlin's needs and has worked really hard on preparing her for her first term Math exam. Caitlin has already built some confidence knowing she will do better ( after starting with Lauren). She also knows it is only early days. Lauren is very good at explaining things at a Caitlin level.
Andres is doing a fantastic job, he has a great rapport with Rio and is incredibly professional in his approach. Thank you for providing Rio with such a wonderful maths tutor.
I texted Nathan to say well done cos April got a B- on her maths exam. Huge difference in her grade and her attitude, she's sooooo happy.