Why would you ever need to know about combustion, corrosion, and electrochemical processes? Most students wonder about that too, especially if they don't plan on going into science. Chemistry can seem abstract, learning about elements and matter, how equilibrium occurs and how chemical systems react. No wonder students get discouraged. All it takes for a student to go from a mild distaste for chemistry to...
Why would you ever need to know about combustion, corrosion, and electrochemical processes? Most students wonder about that too, especially if they don't plan on going into science.
Chemistry can seem abstract, learning about elements and matter, how equilibrium occurs and how chemical systems react. No wonder students get discouraged.
All it takes for a student to go from a mild distaste for chemistry to understanding what is scribbled in the textbook is someone to point out what to avoid and where to put in that extra hour of revision. It's like with any problem situation in schooling and even in their personal life, students need to know about using effective strategies. Then all you need is persistence, staying on task until you reach your goal.
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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.
This month, through the school holidays we focused on seeing some of the real world applications of the basic mathematics he was doing. Some lazy thinking comes from confidence in what he is doing, when he slows down and questions himself he manages to provide better solutions to problems.
During class Eleanor is positive and is happy to learn. I try to bond over events that are happening at school/ weekend to keep her engaged from week to week. i have also been bringing stickers to reward Eleanor's good work throughout the class.
Noah is rushing, in his speech and his thought patterns. This rushed mindset often shows most notably in his written responses to topics which are outside his personal interests. We will be focusing on the value of spending additional time to create a more precisely calculated work plan each time he approaches a written response.
Austin must be a great teacher. Got Anthony to even find it important to do homework in math.
Cobain was very happy with his first visit from Brett and we are poking forward to many more visits
Thank you for your report on Hollys progress so far while it is early days I am sure she will do well with Abbys help. She likes Abby and gets on well with her.