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Tutoring: A guide for parents

Parents may consider using a tutor for a child who is struggling academically and in need of extra assistance, to supplement instruction at school, or to prepare for school/college exams. In making a decision whether to use tutoring services, parents, with the help of teachers and other school personnel, should consider whether this option will result in measurable improvements in academic performance for the student.

Tutoring: A guide for parents

Successful students usually have parents who are involved in school programmes and carefully monitor their child's progress. Children who read well in the early grades are more successful in later years; those who fall behind rarely catch up with their classmates. As parents, you want to support and help your child attain good grades and strong academic skills. At times, this may mean finding a tutor to help your child.

Tutoring: A guide for parents

Successful students usually have parents who are involved in school programmes and carefully monitor their child's progress. Children who read well in the early grades are more successful in later years; those who fall behind rarely catch up with their classmates. As parents, you want to support and help your child attain good grades and strong academic skills. At times, this may mean finding a tutor to help your child.

One-to-one tutoring, the future of education

Amber Murphy, an excellent student in most subjects, was struggling with her fourth year maths last year. “I didn't have a clue,” she recalled. Her mother, Valerie, sought extra instruction for her daughter, not from her school, but from the local tutor doctor. More and more parents are following Mrs Murphy's lead and buying supplemental education from quality-controlled tutors. “There is more concern about education than ever before and more parents are paying attention to their children's learning problems,” said Carmel O’Brien, education consultant with Tutor Doctor, “so it is important that this form of supplemental education is managed and structured in a way that parents, students, and teachers can have full confidence in the service.”

 

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