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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

The Key to Becoming a Good Home Tutor


Home tuition is gaining popularity all over the world and it could be the preferred choice for several parents and their children. Some parents might be highly qualified in their respective fields, and this gives them an upper hand to teach their kids at home. 

However, there are still parents who aren’t professional teachers and for them to understand the need of choosing the right study material for their child is essential. In such scenarios, getting home tutors helps. A lot of home tuition agencies based in countries like India, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and other education deprived countries are focusing on additional study hours for kids that focus beyond the school curriculum.

The idea of becoming a good tutor for children should be driven by the objective to reaching a goal. And the best way to get there is to develop a plan and stick to it. Like, lessening distractions when home tuitions are on, taking not of the kids’ learning pattern, what resources you might need and how much time will it take to help the kid learn a particular subject, lesson or topic.

The Key to Becoming a Good Home Tutor

Here are some other important tips that will help you to become a good home tutor:

1. Make sure you know the curriculum you are going to follow. Check, whether it is a good match for the kids and goes in accordance to the school system of that particular region or country.

2. Before educating a child, educate yourself first. Learn about the curriculum before you begin to teach the children.

3. After learning about the children’s learning style, you can prepare with the home tuition layout. Do take notice of the number of hours, the days, equipment and resources that you will need down the road. You can also include the measures to reduce the disruptions and distractions in this time.

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4. One of the major benefits of applying home tuition for your child is that he/she can be more relaxed, will show higher participation skills and even allow a two-way communication. But, all this depends upon the positive ambience that you create at home. It is a fact that children love to express their thoughts and views, so you have to make sure it happens.

5. Achieving your goals can take time, so having a strong level of patience is essential otherwise chances of frustration setting in will be high. A child might love-hate one subject and love another, so you have to bear all the long queues of confusion and help him/her to understand that thing. Understanding the root cause of the problem will help your resolve it in a better way.

6. The frustration can get the kid as well. The lesson might bore them and take their focus away. In such scenario, it is better to be more relaxed and focused. Since you’re teaching at home and not at school, the parameter of discipline should be at different level. A playful learning environment will ensure that the kid will succeed even at the hardest subjects.

1 (mga) komento:

I was a hands on mom when my boys were all in elementary before. There are three of them and I allotted time for each boy. We would spend the day reviewing for exams and checking all the assignment. Now that the two are in high school, I let them study on their own. They are able to develop a nice study habit thst I myself am proud of.

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