Physics is such a vast area, it's easy to get lost. While a lot of the content can be simply memorised, which many students still do, physics also requires higher-order thinking. Understanding the scientific method isn't a small task. All of these demands in a short period of time and with exams coming closer and closer, no wonder students shy away from science subjects. Getting the right help for your child...
Physics is such a vast area, it's easy to get lost. While a lot of the content can be simply memorised, which many students still do, physics also requires higher-order thinking.
Understanding the scientific method isn't a small task. All of these demands in a short period of time and with exams coming closer and closer, no wonder students shy away from science subjects.
Getting the right help for your child is all about timing. If you've already tried looking for a physics tutor in Concord, you know it can be quite difficult.
Students who need an extra push to achieve their goals usually need a tutor right away. It can also be nearly impossible to find someone your child is comfortable to be around and someone who is also goal-oriented and reliable at the same time.
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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.
Rachael's confidence has soared since March and it has been amazing to watch Rachael grow with her confidence. Rachael understands that it is also ok to be wrong and will try to understand where she has gone wrong in the unlikely chance she has calculated a sum incorrectly. Rachael talks herself through her questions and completes questions in a methodical order. I believe these learning strategies will assist Rachael in the transition from year 10 to year 11.
Matt's attitude to classes is very positive and attentive. Although occasional distractions do arise Matt has shown an improved ability to get back on track and concentrate for the entire length of the class.
Annah's foundations of maths are still a bit shaky, which makes learning new concepts in maths rather difficult. She also finds wordy questions intimidating as sometimes she can't figure out what the question is asking.
Yes everything has started off great. Lachie really likes Suzan which has made it much easier and seems to be looking forward to Sunday tutoring. Thanks you very much on the email, much appreciated.
We started yesterday and Dylan and Erin both seemed happy and got along quite nicely.
Boris is great, Amy has relaxed a bit since the first night. She seems to be going well, and she was very happy with herself as last night they covered year 8 maths which made her feel clever!