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We can discuss the options available for your child to provide them with the education they need to secure a bright future filled with potential. If you’d like, we can also show you around our learning centre!
At KTL Tuition, our three core pillars of educational philosophy are: #1. Picking competent tutors who can convey the passion for their subjects to the student (i.e. your child). We believe that igniting their curiosity and enjoyment for learning is a key skill to prepare them for the rapidly changing future — but this is only possible if the tutor themselves are passionate about their subjects (and can communicate this).
#2. Using teaching methods discovered by cutting-edge scientific research. We believe in using the latest breakthroughs in Educational Psychology to update our curriculum and also the way our tutors teach. If our assessment reveals that your child is a tactile learner (i.e. prefers using physical senses to learn, rather than passive learning which involves just listening), then we’ll provide a learning environment that taps into this strength! For example, scientific studies show that tactile learners do better when their bodies are getting tactile feedback — that’s why we use medicine balls when teaching! (example photo below the form)
#3. Keeping you (the parent) in the loop on your child’s progress with tutoring. To achieve this, we provide direct feedback from your child’s tutor to you after every session. This feedback is sent via email so you can read it at your own convenience. We do this because we genuinely care about serving both you and your child, in every way we can!
So if you’d like to find out more about how we can help…
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Below is an example of how KTL Tuition uses Kinaesthetic Learning. Scientific Studies find that this is a more effective learning method for students who prefer tactile learning. Our assessment showed that this student is a Kinaesthetic Learner, which is why he is sitting on a Swiss Ball!