Who needs tutoring? 1
In previous editions of this newsletter, we mentioned the benefits of academic tutoring, as well some as success stories of several tutoring programs. However, aside from subpar grades, how do we identify whether our children, siblings or other students close to us are in need of tutoring?
One indicator that a student …Continue Reading »
The CATCH program in the Durham Public Schools, a success case 1
In 2010 in Durham North Carolina State began a program called Caring About The Concepts That Help (CATCH), as an academic tutoring proposal by Jeff Whitt: language arts teacher and athletic coach. The program began in response to the steep high school dropout rate, which in turn …Continue Reading »
The ambitious program MET 1
Since the fall of 2013, the Texas A&M University-Kingsville has developed a program called “enhanced mentoring and tutoring: MET”. The objectives of this program are highly specific, such as improving student retention, and increasing both the number of graduate students and the enrollment of minority groups.
Independence in learning 1
While tutoring is often seen as a vehicle for helping students learn a prescribed lesson or subject, it can actually entail much more. One of the goals of a good tutoring program is to help a student achieve self-learning and intellectual independence.
If a student is struggling, they should looking for alternative ways …Continue Reading »
Tutoring at the University Level 1
It’s commonly believed that tutoring is only for basic subjects, or K-12 students, and that it serves little/no purpose in college, or for more specialized subjects. Over the years however, universities have looked to implement strategies to improve student performance across several subjects, including science and technology-related classes.
Bee Academic Tutoring welcomes you to the second newsletter and appreciates your attention. In this edition, we’ll review how academic tutoring improves reading and life skills. There are also some interesting studies on omega-3 and its contribution to our health and cognitive performance.
Improving reading with academic tutoring 1
There are several benefits that accompany …Continue Reading »
Student performance increases with tutoring programs 1
A recent study by Texas A & M University-Kingsville compared four major departments of the University, and showed learning improvements in students who were enrolled in tutoring programs.
Following the introduction of a tutoring program for the University’s Physics I students, 75% of the students showed an increase in performance, …Continue Reading »
Infographics are a fun way to organize information into an easily-consumable manner. This infographic contains a few facts about (and the importance of) tutoring services.
An Effective Way of Learning: Benefits of Tutoring
Interesting Tutoring Facts
Tutored students show greater school attendance
Students receiving at least 4 hours of tutoring per week showed a six week showed a …Continue Reading »