Teaching Motivation

The art of tutoring involves just 2 things:  how fast you can identify a problem  and how well you can figure out how to teach a problem.  
The largest problem a student will face, is lack of motivation.  Students run out of motivation for many reasons:  lack of rewards, tasks are too challenging, the pace of the classroom is too fast, or plain failure to achieve.  
As a tutor, my number one goal is diagnostics:  not only diagnostic that effect learning goals, but also to find out what is zapping your child's natural curiosity and want for success. 
Tutoring without redressing a motivation or confidence problem is throwing coal onto a dying fire.... you have to fan the flames! 


James B.

Kind, Intuitive, Certified Teacher -- Mr. B

5+ hours
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