You’ve just been in a parent-teacher conference. While your kids seem to be doing all right with most of their subjects and they all seem to be on their best behavior, one tiny little thing just keeps popping up as a problem: math.
You’ve probably gone through it yourself — figuring out the “x” in an equation, wrestling with fractions, and mind-bending battles with probabilities — in school. But in this day and age, your kids do not have to experience what you may have experienced with math. And changing “history” would be as simple as hiring math tutors in Dubai. Here are some ideas on how your kids can optimize the time spent with tutors.
Hire the right tutor.
The right tutor can make a world of difference. However, the right tutor does not only mean finding instructors who have gained the education and the experience. Teaching a child numbers, fractions, equations, and theories will take more than just your usual credentials. It will take an innovative approach because, first, your kid has to find the subject enjoyable enough, and second, your kid has to know that he can truly learn.
Work out a good schedule.
Ordinary math tuition may operate around a rather rigid schedule. When your kid has to prepare for an upcoming geometry exam or a standardized test but the next lesson with the tutor is not until a few days after the exam, then your kid might not be getting what he needs from the tuition.
Try to work out a good schedule, one that is flexible, for your child’s math tuition. This way, he gets the help he needs when he needs it.
Make time to talk with the tutor.
Check in with the tutor once in a while. It helps to know how your kid is doing with his lessons. Maybe you can pitch in at home and “walk your kid through” an assignment.
Make sure your kid is always on time.
Lastly, it is important that your kid makes it on time, if not, early, for every lesson. Being late will leave the tutor limited time to teach your kid whatever needs to be taught, be it formulas or number theories. When your kid is late and there isn’t enough time to learn what has to be learned, then you are not maximizing the investment you have made for your kid. So always get your kid to the tuition center on time.