How to select the best IP science tuition centre
If your child has been selected into the Integrated Program, it is both a moment of joy and pride for you. However, as a parent you must keep in mind that the stress of performing well gets to even the best students and if you see any tell-tale signs, do enrol him/her for ip science tuition . Contrary to popular belief, good tuition centres relieve the stress your child feels.
While looking for a good tuition centre, do keep these points in mind:
1.Size of the class
No matter how famous the centre is, selecting one which has more than 15 students in a class should be immediately crossed from your list. The smaller the class size, the better it is for your child.
Size of the class plays a big role in receiving individual attention. A smaller class would obviously mean a higher chance for your child to clear all doubts, to ask questions and have them answered. It also depends a lot on the teacher and whether paying individual attention matters to them. How much importance they are able give to your child’s queries is a point to note.
A child should not feel additionally stressed out at the centre as that would be counterproductive. So see the layout of the centre. Is it airy, spacious, warm, looks like a happy, comfortable place to be in? We don’t pay much importance to this but a crammed, not properly lit place can have an adverse effect on the child.
Who are the teachers on board? Their qualifications, their testimonials from other students will give you an idea of the kind of teachers they are. Are they friendly? Are they strict? Are they patient? These questions can be answered by other parents whose children are already taking tuition at the centre so make sure you meet them, interact with them to get an idea. While there are timelines and deadlines and a certain discipline that is required, a very strict teacher may not be a good option for an already stressed child.
Do they use interesting, innovative, interactive methods of teaching? The IP science curriculum encourages children to think out of the box and the tuition centre should also have a similar approach to teaching.
Children can only thrive and perform well if the environment is relatively stress-free and they are encouraged to apply what they are learning and to think differently. A good centre can bring the best out of a child provided all these 5 points are there in place.