Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Tips to improve Your Handwriting

Handwriting is an important skill that everyone learns. Some people have good handwriting whereas some of them have bad handwriting. Bad handwriting can sometimes be embarrassing. Now a day’s due to the evolution of computers, tablets and smartphones, good handwriting is not important as before. Your handwriting can say a lot about you. Below are some tips listed by our home tutors to help anyone improve his/her handwriting.

Handwrite things
Give up the option of typing, instead, make the effort to handwrite all your work. By writing down the work by hand is the most beneficial practices and helps improve your handwriting. It may be time-consuming but you will be able to develop the muscles that are necessary for easy and smooth writing.

Maintain a relaxed Grip
Maintaining a relaxed grip can also affect your handwriting. If you are able to maintain a relaxed grip than the chance of improving your handwriting are high. While holding a pen or pencil your fingernails should not be white from squeezing the pen’s barrel too hard.

Practice when you can
Practice makes one perfect. The more you write the better your handwriting will get. So take every opportunity to write instead of typing it. While practising you can implement different styles of handwriting that is appealing to you.

Slow down
You should start writing slow and concentrate on making each letter look its best. many. During home tuition or at school many students tend to write fast. The point is not how fast you can write but how nice you can make each letter. As you gain control over writing each alphabet slow try increasing your speed gradually.

Practice on handwriting worksheets
You can find lots of handwriting worksheets to practise spacing, slants and correctly size letters. If you want a structured way to improve your handwriting practising on a worksheet is the best way to improve it.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Tips to study more effectively

Student faces many obstacles in their lives due to which it’s hard to concentrate on studying. Students might put hours of studying but cannot remember the materials during exam time or in class. The key to study more effectively is not studying for a longer period but studying smarter. Studying smarter or learning more effective means short and efficient study period. Below are some tips listed by the tutors of home tuition agencies to study more effectively.

·          Make a study plan
You should write down or make a list of all the materials that you think will be in your exam. Once you have figured out what you need to study, break them into small portion and make a study schedule. This helps you to fully utilize the time before an exam and all the materials are covered.

·         Write and study
Our tutors state that writing your notes or study materials while reading them incorporates multiple senses while studying which is helpful for you to retain more information more effectively.

·         Explain your answers to others
After you are done studying, try explaining the thing you have learned to your sisters or brothers which will help you to be clear in the areas where you need more practise or study.

·         Eat well and drink plenty of water
What you eat can have an impact on your energy levels and focus. Nutritious foods such as fish, nuts, seeds, yogurt and blueberries can help you concentrate and improve your memory.  For your brain to work at it’s best you should be hydrated. Make sure to drink plenty of water while studying.

·         Take regular breaks
Students think that studying for a longer period of time is best for them, this is actually not true. If you want to retain knowledge for a long-term, you should take regular breaks while studying.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

5 ways to improve your self-confidence

Nobody in the world is born with limited self-confidence. If a person has incredible self-confidence than you, it’s because he/she has worked on building it for years. The main thing that holds most of the people from pursuing their dream is lack of self-confidence and fear of failure. Confidence is built on choices and accomplishments that feed your passion and that make you feel happy and proud of who you are. Self-confidence is something that you can learn to build up. Below are 5 ways listed by the tutors of home tuition agency to improve your self-confidence.
·         Do the things that scare you
The best way to overcome fear is to face it. Don’t feel embarrassed if you are insecure. The rest of the world might be too. By doing the things that make your scare, you will gain confidence from every experience and see that your self-confidence rise.

·         Have an equality mentality
Many people with self-confidence think others are far better or more deserving than them. Instead of having this mentality, try to see yourself as being equal to everyone. Try to have an equality mentality so that you can improve your self-confidence.
·         Don’t care about what others think
There are going to many people to distract, backbite about you and tell you that you cannot achieve your goal. Whether it is a negative feedback from friends, tutors or family, people will try to tell you that you are not ready to achieve such bug goal. You should not listen to those pieces of advice. If you think you can do it, then you can do it. Believe in yourself and move on.
·         Groom yourself and look nice
It’s amazing how much of a difference a shave and a shower can effect for feelings for your self-image. If you dress nicely, you will automatically feel good and confident about yourself and feel ready to tackle the world.

·         Have personal space and stand-up for yourself

The more control you have over your personal life, the better your self-confidence will be. It’s ok to say no sometimes. By saying no you are teaching others to respect your personal boundaries. Do not let anyone make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want. You must believe in your goal and yourself.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Tips to select good private tuition tutor

No kid requires tuition in an ideal world. But the fact that all the kids do not have the same ability to understand and who are not doing well in their academics could do with some extra help. Private tutoring can be a great way to boost learning. It is very important to find the right person for the job. With so many tuition agencies, finding the right tutor is a challenge for parents. Below are some tips to select a good private tuition tutor.

Most of the parents think that a school teacher is definitely the ideal tutor. A current teacher would definitely have most of the practical experiences regarding learning and the children’s current curriculum, but not every teacher is great tutors and not all good tutors are current teachers. Teaching in a group and teaching individually is totally different. The tutor should be in a position to explain complex concepts in a manner which makes sense to the child. The tutor should also have the ability motivate their student desire to take part in what they are learning.

The capacity to convince in a way that the students understand is one of the most crucial individual characteristics of any great tutor. Great tutors will have great communication skills, especially when it’s about making studying interesting and fun for young learners. A good tutor will chat with your kid and ask questions about his/her performance and motivation. This will help the tutor to know the subject that your child is weak in. Also ask the tutors about their teaching experience, certificates and whether he/she has taught in a local primary school and how he/she plans to help your child.

As a parent, you should always be clear about your expectations and tuition assessments with home tutors. Doing extra homework does not help your child. The tutor should teach the child the lesson itself and have him to perform tasks under the tutor’s supervision can be more helpful for the child.

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