These are some of the things I do to monitor the progress of my Physics students, and also help them gauge themselves. This has been religiously carried out to great effect as I found that my students are having an easier time for their revision and being more productive with studying in this way.
Everyone knows that Singapore is a highly competitive society and that from a young age, even kids face exam pressures and parents often feel compelled to compare notes to determine which schools are faring better and which teachers are outperforming their colleagues.
Parents and tutors have definitely encountered such a scenario where trial lessons are requested for their children before they decide to commit to further lessons. Most people think of the term “trial lesson” as meaning one of two things.
While conducting research for Stanford University, psychology professor Mark Lepper and certified paediatrician Maria Woolverton interviewed tutors who teaches primary level Science and secondary level Physics to find out what common qualities do successful tutors actually share. Read More