Many learners in Singapore stress and panic about their A Maths every year. At Math Academy, we specialise in offering small group A maths tuition, our qualified tutors do their very best to ensure that the students benefit from our A maths tuition courses. We prefer small group A maths tuition because it’s an effective way of helping students to catch up in areas where they are left behind, extend their knowledge and understanding and consolidate their A maths skills.
Small groups in A maths tuition allows the students to collaborate with fellow learners, practice their skills, and gain independence.
Small Group Tuition Offers a Collaborative Learning Environment
In our A maths tuition, learners enjoy working together: learning from one another is a highly effective way of developing competencies and confidence. We offer A maths tuition in small groups of between two to six students, and this enables us to provide more focused and personalised care from a tutor. Pupils in small groups can also work together with fellow students, share ideas and learn in an engaging and collaborative learning environment. When students work together in our A maths tuition, they benefit from different learning and teaching styles, and they get more opportunities to listen and speak, they, therefore, stay focused and gain motivation from the other students.
Small Group A Maths Tuition Offers More Practice Time
Practice is an integral part of A maths: in our small group tuition, students get extra attention from the tutor and also get the chance to work on their own as the instructor helps the other pupils in the group. In Our small group A maths tuition, students can experiment, consolidate their skills and get things wrong, these are important learning processes for all pupils. Our A maths tuition gives students the freedom to try things for themselves and secure their knowledge by offering a helping hand.
Our small group A maths tuition has a mix of students from different learning institutions, and this presents an avenue where the students can share different learning experiences from their respective schools. Students also learn from questions raised by their fellow tuition mates, this is beneficial because it helps to cover areas that others may not have thought of. Our tutors realise that in A maths, students may experience difficulties in particular topics. Students may be grouped according to their skill levels so that they can get personalised attention to understand the difficult topics. Our teachers adjust the students’ pace to ensure that they learn effectively.
In A maths, it is helpful to reinforce and clarify concepts: in our A maths tuition, students are free to explain the concepts using their own understanding in the presence of the tutor.