People tend to associate "tutoring" with a struggling student. This is unfortunate.
Technically, a tutor is a person charged with the instruction and guidance of another as:
a. a private teacher
b. a teacher,..who gives individual instruction,...
Nowhere does the definition of a tutor mention 'a struggling student.'
So, why do some people tend to think of, or look for, a tutor only when a student is experiencing difficulties?
A student who is excelling deserves a private teacher who gives individual instruction so that he/she can further excel.
DID YOU KNOW:
Only 52% of students who started out as high achievers in mathematics in 3rd grade managed to maintain their academic edge through the 8th grade?To learn more about the 52% of students who started out as high achievers in mathematics in 3rd grade and managed to lose their academic edge by 8th grade
Learn more about how we can help your child/children (or your student body) gain and maintain an academic edge with 1-on-1 or small group instruction.
Engage with us on Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter!