My name is Catherine A. and I am a High School Math and Science Tutor from Dallas, Texas.
As the world becomes more connected and businesses become increasingly global, students are begining to realise that learning a second language can definitely open more doors while launching a new career. Being one of the most commonly spoken languages, Spanish is increasingly being included in school curricula, as early as kindergarten. While learning a new language can be both exciting and rewarding, it may not be something that comes easily to every child. If your child is having difficulty learning Spanish in school, individualized tutoring can provide much needed assistance.
SchoolTutoring Academy offers parents the convenient and affordable option of having their child be tutored in the comfort of the home. Unlike tutoring centers that expose the child to unnecessary distractions and ineffectual use of tutoring time, our program allows the child the opportunity to learn in a more conducive environment. Also, the child is free from peer-pressure and can seek additional help on problems without feeling embarrassed. When learning a new language it is important that the child is able to express himself/herself freely, learn from mistakes and not feel intimidated in any way.
When the tutor leaves for the day, the learning is not done. Learning a new language is easier if the student continues to exercise what is learnt in a tutoring session; new words or expressions learnt can be used when an opportunity presents itself. Also, reviewing lessons on a regular basis helps both, memory and recall. Our tutors are always receptive to parents’ questions and concerns, and are motivated to help the child succeed.
If you have a child struggling with Spanish, please call SchoolTutoring Academy toll-free at 1-877-545-7737 and an Academic Director will be more than happy to speak with you and provide you with any information that you need.
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