Your child might be in secondary school and taking IP or O-Level Chemistry. He might be in a junior college, where he would have to adjust to a new environment and a lecture tutorial system. As a parent, you may have heard your child complain about Chemistry, such as how abstract it can be, how hard they seem to be working without seeing results, or you may have been shocked by his performance on a recent test. Any of these things may have prompted you to begin looking for a chemistry tutor.
Some people may use Google to look for one, and very frequently, the results of your search may overwhelm you. The only way to tell if a pair of shoes fits you comfortably is to wear them yourself, just like when you are purchasing a pair of shoes, whether you are obtaining a recommendation or looking online for a good Chemistry tutor. Most likely, your coworkers can only recommend shoe brands that are comfortable for them.
A quality chemistry tutor ought to have:
- A teaching system focused on results and more than ten years of teaching experience
- The capacity to pique your child’s interest who has become disinterested in learning chemistry
- Excellent communication abilities to share his knowledge
- A track record of success in assisting low-performing students to improve
- The secret to making chemistry learning fun and memorable (Bonus!)
- Affirmations, politeness, and compassion (Reward!)
Teach with Exuberance
Are you a chemistry nut? Make sure your pupils are aware of what you do every day. Energize your approach to each lesson. In front of a mirror, go over your lessons with a friend or colleague. Determine the level of interest among your students and adjust the volume up or down based on their response. Explain to your audience the appeal of chemistry.