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Knowing When is the Time to Get Tutorial Help For Kids

Updated on June 23, 2012

When to Tap an Expert Tutor

As an instructor and been a teacher before, I also experienced tutoring students. My experienced doing all of these things I hope gives me the right to whip out a hub that to discern when to get the help of tutors to aid your kids with their learning difficulties. There are imminent signs that your kids needs tutorial help and this article tackle this too.

Here are some practical and effective tips and pointers to know when to get an expert tutor.

. Diagnose - How will you solve a problem when you don't even know what is the source. Diagnosing what is the root of the difficulties your child is experiencing with respect to his studies puts you on the right track of solving your kid's woes. Identify specific problems that is keeping your kid at bay. Once you know what is the problem and difficulties your kid is undergoing you will be able to know when to acquire the service of a tutor or tutor your beloved kid yourself.

2. If you think your kid need a tutor see to it that the tutor you are going to tap is expert and fully armed with necessasry skills and knowledge. Know the learning preference of your kids and share this to his potential tutor. Is your kid is more of a visual, kinesthetic or auditory learners, know this first before letting anybody tutor him so that success with the endeavor of tapping a tutor will spur success. Additionally, your prospective tutors or you if you don't feel like hiring one must know how to cover bases, meaning you know how to eased ot any weaknesses your kid have.

3. Find tutoring strategies, techniques and styles that suits your kid's preferred learning method and pace. Home tutoring offers freedom and could be flexible to your kid's preferred which, while those tutorials offered by school programs may have some restrictions and limitations.

4. Test different learning strategies to discern which methods provide the greatest efficiency. Experimenty or try other teaching metodologies when a certain method is not effective. Trial and errors works well in Science and this will cause you no harm doing this.

5. if you think you're not doing a fine job tutoring your kid neither your tutor find someone else it could be your relative, friends or another tutor to get the job done. Remember that sometimes due to some factors your child is taking you for granted or probably afraid to participate because he thinks he is pressured to do things to please you and same manner with the tutor you tap. So also, it is your kid's success is at stake here not you and your pride.

6. Professional help that can be given by qualified and adept tutors may get the job done, try to pool their services for they are equipped with the latest teaching strategies and techniques that will help your kid learn with optimum efficiency.

7. A real tutor must be expert in different subjects such as Math and Science two subjects that seems to post great problems to your kids. An excellent tutor must exhibit great personality, knows the value of patience and willing to teach your kids to the best of is abilities.

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    • Jane@CM profile image

      Jane@CM 

      8 years ago

      Good hub! My daughter starting tutoring 6th grade math when she was in 8th grade & continued on through HS. She worked closely with both the student's teacher and the student. She loved it. I think student to student tutors really help.

    • GeneralHowitzer profile imageAUTHOR

      Gener Geminiano 

      8 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      @Bingskee - If I have my own way I will tutor my kid too wakikik...

      @dohn121 - chemistry will surely spur fireworks... yeah you are right...

      Thanks a lot for the time you spent reading my Hub...

    • dohn121 profile image

      dohn121 

      8 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      One thing that I recommend is that your kid and your prospective tutor spend some time together to see if they will gel together. Otherwise, a great hub, GH. Thanks for all the advice!

    • bingskee profile image

      bingskee 

      8 years ago from Quezon City, Philippines

      oh, i have not experienced sending the kids to a tutor! i am their tutor and that is without an expense! ha ha

    • GeneralHowitzer profile imageAUTHOR

      Gener Geminiano 

      8 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Yeah it is indeed expensive to hire tutors yet it is rewarding at the end though... :D

    • prettydarkhorse profile image

      prettydarkhorse 

      8 years ago from US

      good job GH, tutors are good, sometimes they are just expensive, maita

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