If you decide that your child should receive additional support through a tutor, you will soon find that there are many styles of tutoring as well as many tutors.
Many tutoring companies choose to offer a set of curriculums where students start with evaluation assessments. The set curriculum can be taught through workbooks, worksheets, or online programs. Students work through the program under the guidance of a tutor and for students with a history of difficulty in school, this may not be the best option.
Others, such as the Australian Tutoring Company provide personalized one-on-one tutoring where a student’s learning material is created based on a student’s needs. We believe that this model of assistance will yield way better results than a set tutoring curriculum where every child is taught in the same way just like school.
Why should you incorporate this approach into your child’s education?
In general, most students do not fully understand the concepts taught early in their school days and require tutoring. Students often misunderstand only certain parts of a concept, not the entire concept. Also, students can understand some units very well and do not have to repeat them as they would if they took lessons with a pre-set curriculum.
Addressing the main causes of academic difficulties is the only and most important aspect of considering whether a student will make lasting progress. This also means that many other educational strategies are used rather than relying on repetitive practice.
Finally, we believe that tutors should complement the school curriculum and empower children to do schoolwork at a high level. Students need to support learning at school, which can only be covered by needs-based tutoring.
As a parent, it’s important to ensure your child’s education is heading in the right direction. Want more information or to book a free consultation with our managers about your child’s learning needs? Email us at email@example.com or check out our website at https://www.australiantutoring.com.au/ or call us at (02) 8592 8558.