Consulting Tutor for:
Supporting students in:
GCSE, IGCSE, A' Level, IB Diploma and MYP and university
Further support for parents who need to enhance their knowledge of these subjects to support their children.
The consultation process is free.
Determines: Learning styles, learning concerns/obstacles, needs of the student and parents/guardians, current state of knowledge and learning.
First Interview: With parent(s) or guardian(s) and the student(s)
Reflection: Contextualise the issues/concerns within a rationally determined larger conceptual framework that is tailored to student(s) needs and styles and is easy to assimilate.
Second Interview: With parent(s) or guardian(s) and the
student(s) to discuss and finalise the conceptual framework and to decide whether this approach is appropriate.
Importance of Concept Framework:
An easily assimilated conceptual framework based on chains of reason allows a much easier method of remembering data and 'facts' necessary for examination success.
The conceptual frameworks logically determined from the student's(') own tangible first principles.
It is my experience that this method
produces quick results, since it appeals to our innate need for
reason, which is often overlooked and students feel empowered by its
subtle elegance. Furthermore, with such a broad education, I can draw analogies in the conceptual framework with with other many other subjects both academic and practical.
I will also consider groups, since this will have a cost benefit for parents. This may be of particular benefit for the Home Schooling Movement.
I have, under construction online courses for chemistry, physics and math that will quickly take the student to beyond most European grade 10 (year 11) standards. The approach is innovative, heuristic, highly rational and completed within 15 lessons. The chemistry and physics are based on simulated experimental work where the student sets up the simulated experiment, makes observations and draws conclusions from these observations. There are also videos of many of these pieces of experimental work.