Why Tuition is Necessary for Your Child
With the never-ending stress that comes from school, academic life and perhaps even from our peers, students these days continuously aim to set the bar higher and higher, spending most of their time both on schoolwork and extracurricular activities.
In light of academic focus, the questions persists: Should you send your child for tuition classes? Here are some things to consider!
Varying Learning Styles
Classroom learning may not fit your child’s learning needs. Some children learn faster than others, while other perhaps require a different kind of learning compared to what goes on in the classroom, that caters to majority of students. Aid your child by having a tutor personalize lessons for better learning! By having someone they can rely on, learning becomes much more efficient and enjoyable.
Most classes in Singapore’s primary schools have an average of 40 students per class – that’s huge! Imagine the amount of attention given to a child in the school classroom as compared to a tuition class that can be private or in much smaller groups – greater focus on the child allows for better learning engagement.
Especially at a young and tender age, students may not be the best at directing their own learning. Having a tutor to support and guide a child’s education can be extremely beneficial in helping them understand the relevant concepts and classroom. In addition, tutors will be able to identify areas specific to a subject that a child may be weak in, and further help to strengthen their understanding, improving their learning and interest in their school syllabus.
If you’re interested in finding a tutor for your child, check out the tuition classes offered at YMCA!