At KTL Tuition, our tutors are focused on delivering the best possible online tutoring experience for your children. We've gathered some guidelines to ensure your child gets the most out of their online tuition.
The best possible online tutoring experience is one in which the student feels as if the tutor is right there with them. The technology fades into the background as learning takes centre stage. With this in mind, here are some quick tips to help your child maximise the learning experience.
Has the novelty of lockdown worn off in your bubble?
You've probably exhausted your usual ideas for keeping the kids busy and entertained. So here's some fun and interesting ideas to help kick boredom out of the door in your household. Bonus: some of these are educational as well!
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Reading can help children cope better during the pandemic which has affected more than 1.5 billion students across the globe. Reading is a great leveller, reading brings joy, excitement, sometimes sadness but overwhelmingly reading transports us to other worlds.
Authors and celebrities have put together unique digital story-time initiatives to help spread the joy of reading until school can start again. I have selected a few of the best for different age groups of children, they are all free to access and reading online brings no pressure for the children to read independently.
Have a look at some fabulous resources for all age groups of children to seek out and more importantly have fun. Beginning with the littlies to comics
Eight common mistakes when choosing a tuition provider for child – and how to avoid them.
Using any tuition company is a big decision for parents and their children. Ensuring the tutoring company you choose has a good solid reputation and reliable and delivers the results you want is all important. Here’s how you can you avoid the pitfall of choosing the wrong provider.
Motivating students to start revision early
Research suggests that 75% of students consider themselves to be procrastinators with 50% doing so regularly and to a level that is considered a problem. The author of one of the biggest studies on procrastination, researcher Piers Steel, states that “the further away an event is, the less impact it has on people’s decisions.”
What is Executive Functioning – How does it affect my child?
Executive functions let people plan, organize and complete tasks. Executive function is like the CEO of the brain. It’s in charge of making sure things get done from the planning stages of the job to the final deadline. When kids have issues with executive functioning, any task that requires planning, organization, memory, time management and flexible thinking becomes a challenge.
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