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When is tutoring needed?
Child is falling behind peers
Grades are suffering
Loss of interest in school
Homework is increasingly difficult
Child is increasingly anxious for tests
Resistance to schoolwork
Teacher or counselor recommends
Child needs more challenges
Tutoring sessions are in-person and one-on-one. This provides the individual attention that a learner needs. With individual tutoring, learning plans are customized to the needs and interests of each learner.
Tutoring can help students who are struggling but it can also benefit the learner who wants more challenges.
Approaches to Learning
Each learner has individual needs and learning styles. Tutoring sessions begin with needed academic work but also include enrichment activities, which provide a means to motivate and engage students with hands-on, minds-on learning. These empower the learner by tapping into their interests and personalizing learning.
In the classroom, the pace may be too fast or too slow. Key concepts may be missed due to this or if a child has too many absences. With tutoring, we go at the pace of each student.
Benefits of Tutoring
Enhance academic success
Increase subject-specific knowledge
Improve work habits
Improve attitude to schoolwork
Encourage higher-level thinking
Promote self-regulated learning
Meet learner's specific needs
In The News
10 Reasons the U.S. Education System is Failing
"Time spent in the classroom is simply not enough for teachers to instruct every student, to teach them what they need to know. There must, inevitably, be some interaction outside school hours."
- Matthew Lynch, 8/27/15
Two-Thirds of Parents Admit They Can't Help Their Children With School Homework Because It's Too Hard
Half of parents admit Googling for help when their children are not looking.
-Ollie Gillman 1/11/15
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