Most primary school students lack learning skills to make them learn better in school but they are also unable to learn from their tuition effectively. The lack of skills and improper attitudes and behaviours will undermine the students from gaining more in their studies during their primary tuition classes.
Cultivating the Right Attitude
One common problem faced by primary school students is the attitude of the students towards tuition. Very often, parents fail to cultivate in their children the right attitude for tuition. Parents fail to explain the purposes of tuition to them and as a result, students feel that they are punished for their weakness in their studies when parents enrol them for tuition. It is important to explain to the students the good intention of tuition to help them to forge the right attitude of the students for studies.
Parents fail to explain the purposes of tuition to them and as a result, students feel that they are punished for their weakness in their studies when parents enrol them for tuition.
Building the Proper Behaviours
Parents also need to help students to build up good and proper behaviours when they attend their primary tuition at the leading Bukit Timah Tuition Centre. They must know how to ask the primary tuition tutors for help and how to work diligently during lessons. Very often, some primary students do not pay attention during lessons and are slow in doing their class work.
Lastly, parents must also be supportive of their children’s learning during their primary English tuition, primary Math tuition and primary Science tuition. Parents need to know that students attend tuition to learn more about their mistakes and it is definite that they will make more errors as they go through practices during tuition. They must not reprimand their children for the errors they made but be supportive to encourage them to work harder and be more determined to correct their errors.
We hope that students attending tuition at InGenius Learning Centre will have parents who can be supportive of their children’s learning journey.