Impossible mission. Not the movie, but the impression some parents have when they think of homework time. Supervising children to do homework each evening indeed takes a lot of attention and energy. In addition, some subjects require knowledge that has been forgotten for a long time. Here are five reasons why you should consider hiring a tutor.
The Tutors’ Knowledge Base
The tutors hired by School Success are university students who have solid knowledge in the subjects in which your child has difficulty. Each guardian is chosen according to the specific needs of the child. The tutors are, therefore, much better equipped to explain scientific problems, to popularize a concept in history, or even to explain the conjugation of the past participle with the auxiliary have
A Better Working Environment
Having a good work environment for reading course (คอร์ส reading which is the term in Thai) allows the student to concentrate fully. Many experts tell us that distractions have never been more numerous and accessible than at the start of the 21st century. With a guardian by his side, the child has no source of distraction that would disturb his attention. The mere physical presence of a tutor helps him to concentrate on his tasks. In short, the winning conditions are met for the child to reach his full potential.
Overcome A One-Off Learning Difficulty
The road to academic success is not without obstacles. At one time or another, all students may have difficulty in one subject. Tutoring is particularly effective in solving a one-off problem. A few hours with a tutor can help get your child back on track so that their difficulties do not cause them to fall behind in other subjects.
In 1982, a review of 65 studies on the effects of tutoring revealed that tutoring improved academic results and increased pupils’ interest in the subjects they had to study. Another study showed five years later that student who have a personal tutor are more motivated, learn faster, and better understand the work they have to do. What was discovered over thirty years ago continues to be true. Tutoring works.