How can Science tutoring help you succeed?
Science can be a fun and exciting subject for students. They get to learn about the world around them and why it functions the way it does. However, science is a very broad field, and students can sometimes get lost in the wide variety of topics. This can lead to lower scores on the Georgia Milestones Assessment System. Help your student to experience the fun of science by finding a tutor that can work with them to create a fun learning experience. Varsity Tutors can help you locate and choose an Atlanta, Georgia, science tutor.
With a working knowledge of science, your student could accomplish a lot. However, concentrating on the finer parts of genetics or the water cycle in a busy classroom can be difficult for some students. With a one-on-one tutor, your student can work in a learning-conducive environment. Their tutor can work with them to create a lesson plan that focuses on their needs. If your child struggles with memorizing the planets of the solar system or doesn't understand the impact of waves and how they're created, then the tutor can explain the concepts in a manner that your child understands. Individualized science tutoring in Atlanta is a great option for students who don't pick up on concepts quickly or need multiple different explanations of an idea. Your student can get a tutor who knows how to explain a concept in multiple ways.
An Atlanta science tutor can work with your student to explain concepts that have been confusing to them in the past. With a breadth of knowledge in the subject they are teaching, your student's tutor can work to find your student's interests and then teach to those. A student is more likely to be willing to learn when they are interested in a topic, so their tutor can try multiple methods until they find the one that works best for your student. No two students learn in the exact same way.
When you work with the educational directors at Varsity Tutors, we can help you find a science tutor in Atlanta, GA, that will work with you and your child's schedule. Your child can meet with their tutor in person or face-to-face online. With our live learning platform, your student can be engaged in a lesson, even when it's happening over a computer. Your tutor can meet with you wherever and whenever it works best for you.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
-Earth's atmosphere, composition of the atmosphere, the percent of different gases in the atmosphere.
-Living systems and their fundamental units, Animals, and plant cells.
-Food chain, photosynthesis, carbon cycle, decomposing bacteria etc.
-The importance of plants on the earth, oxygen, and carbon dioxide, global warming etc.
-Geographical location of all the continents, how earth, its atmosphere and humans came into existence.
-How environment changed on earth and became more livable for humans.
-Homework check: Checked the homework on the summary of the book.
-More reading assignments and book summary as homework.
-Higher level multiplication problems and equations.
Spent the last half hour of the session briefly reviewing the historical context of the Constitution of the US (King George of the UK, Americans' revolt based on perceived abuses, fear of a strong central government, and failure of the Articles of Confederation). Reviewed the first three Articles of the Constitution, which were ordered in relative importance, explaining the meanings behind each section. Explained the supremacy clause, including explanations on which court (national or state) would adjudicate disputes. Ended with a brief summary of federalism (division of power between national and state governments), separation of powers, and checks and balances."
We determined that we will be concentrating on the units on her graphs (I suggested she just take her time and double check all of her answers), differentiating between the IV and DV, and learning to take her time and read questions more carefully.
After our first session, I discussed what she would like to get out of our meetings with her and she would like to work on her writing, particularly spelling, grammar, and mechanics. She says she really enjoys writing but acknowledges that she needs some work."