No one has doubts about the importance of English in the Australian school curriculum. Not only is it a mandatory subject to complete year 12, but it's a useful life skill. Verbal and written language skills are crucial in the information age. Comprehending texts, textual analysis, structuring written reports, refining creative processes and applying a structure to them, articulating thoughts concisely ... these skills are going to be useful in just about any career path. Of course, it all starts in the school...
No one has doubts about the importance of English in the Australian school curriculum. Not only is it a mandatory subject to complete year 12, but it's a useful life skill. Verbal and written language skills are crucial in the information age. Comprehending texts, textual analysis, structuring written reports, refining creative processes and applying a structure to them, articulating thoughts concisely ... these skills are going to be useful in just about any career path. Of course, it all starts in the school classroom.
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Sean is using his learning strategies really well. His note-taking strategy is really good. He seeks understanding when he feels that he hasn't quite understood the concept which is really good as it helps me to know if he has understood the concept or not. He always uses a pen to a paper technique which is really good as it helps to see where in the question he is having difficulties and what he is really confident with.
Ava always shows a positive attitude towards her work and always makes an effort. It is easy working with her as she doesn't complain about homework. She says she loves it. I would advice that she spends more time on her own with the subject, outside of the one hour time frame that she spends with me.
The main area that Maddi should work on is formatting. Despite no formal testing in year 6, writing solutions to questions in a logical and clear manner is a habit that needs to be learnt and practised for use in high school maths.
I have greatly enjoyed my time that I have spent as a tutor for Ezy Math Tutoring, and a large reason for this have been the structures they provide for tutoring sessions and the way they equip tutors through training. It lays a solid foundation for tutors and students who may be unsure about the art of tutoring and allows both parties to hit the ground running and utilise sessions efficiently. I would recommend them to potential tutors and clients in a heartbeat.
Alex was happy with the initial session and they have their second session this weekend. She was able to obtain an immediate improvement from her interaction with Phillip as he worked on actual tasks with her.
Thanks for your email. Our decision to discontinue the tutoring was not due to any dissatisfaction - quite the opposite. My daughter only had a few sessions with her tutor, and in that time gained a huge amount of confidence in her abilities. The tutor was able to reassure her that she wasn't as bad at maths as she believed. This new-found confidence enabled my daughter to discuss openly with her teacher the difficulties she was having, and get some extra help at school. Since then, she has performed markedly better in her assignments and tests. Natasha is an excellent tutor and I would highly recommend your company to anyone experiencing difficulty with Maths. Thanks for the follow up and for all your help.