Affordable and effective, private tutoring has shown itself to be a fantastic option for students experiencing difficulty at school. In recent years, the personal education market has become increasingly popular - but why is that?

One would think that as the world becomes more technologically advanced, the education system would advance simultaneously. However, education systems are still burdened by complicated curriculums and overcrowded classrooms, which allows some students to fall behind without getting the remedial help they need.

This is where private tutors step in: they guide their struggling pupils step by step so they can accomplish their academic goals. Available and flexible, private teachers prioritise their student's concerns and are capable of zeroing in on the exact difficulties that the student is experiencing. 

So don’t wait any longer, find out the advantages of extra school support at home today!

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Remedial Support to Avoid Parental Omnipresence

Parental omnipresence is common universally, but rather than playing the role of the teacher, parents can trust a qualified academic tutor to offer the extra school support your child needs.

Parental omnipresence is an issue in many Australian homes: thinking that they know best, parents may overprotect their children, impinging on the educational development of the pupil.

It’s important to be present as a parent, but there are times when you need to cut the cord!

Of course, at the beginning of primary school, the child should be guided by their caring parents. However, after a few years, the student should learn to become independent.

Parents, teachers and psychologists share the common belief that once a student reaches a certain age, they must complete their homework by themself.

Melissa Barnes and Katrina Tour advise parents how they can be helpful in the right way:

"Instead of ensuring their child completes their homework, it’s more effective for parents to support their child to increase confidence in completing homework tasks on their own."

Children of a more mature age, past 10-12 years old, do not respond well to helicopter parenting. Children at this age should be capable of doing their homework on their own. If you spend a lot of time each night standing over your child's shoulder and commenting on their homework, this could damage their academic progress and this will not be appreciated by primary and secondary school staff (or you!).

Parents can, of course, offer useful advice and tips but they must never take on the role of the teacher.

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Superprof has a huge range of qualified and affordable private tutors to choose from! (Source: Visual Hunt)

For parents with children who are below the ages of 10-12, it is important that you try to make homework fun and guide your child to becoming autonomous in the future.

Here are some tips for your child’s education in the early years:

  • Try not to be absent, no matter how busy you are,
  • Be punctual and avoid arriving late to school,
  • Encourage your child by explaining the benefits of education and school,
  • Avoid criticising the education system in front of your child,
  • Explain the importance of mastering the basics to your child, such as reading, writing, mathematics, etc.,
  • Teach them to respect and be courteous towards their teacher at all times
  • Encourage them to make friends with their classmates to prevent social exclusion etc.

Conversely, from high school, parents must try not to be on the backs on their children. If your child needs assistance, it is wise to replace parental help with that of an at-home private tutor.

A lot of parents might think that they can take on the role of a personal academic instructor but that is not the case, you should leave it to the professionals!

Personal tutors create lesson plans that are tailored to the individual student and teach them study skills that will ensure academic success.

Melissa Barnes and Katrina Tour contend that the most stressful part of the primary school-parent relationship is homework:

"Most children don’t like homework. Many parents agonise over helping their children with homework. Not surprisingly, this creates a negative emotional atmosphere that often results in questioning the value of homework."

 To respect the parental role and guarantee excellent grades for your child, you should consider private, at-home education. Qualified and serious, academic tutors will get to know the student while assisting them to improve in all subjects!

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Academic Support to Remedy the Australian Education System

If you have completely lost faith in the education system, an academic advisor can make up for its failures.

Today, home tutoring is booming in Australia with, overall, about one in seven children who will be tutored during their school years, but it can be as high as half in some big-city schools.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a university student, secondary school student, or primary school student, it’s never too late to get school support.

But why such a boom in private tutoring?

Many parents across Australia are losing trust in the problematic education system!

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) ranks Australia 39 out of 41 high-and-middle-income countries in achieving quality education.

Only Romania and Turkey were ranked below Australia. UNICEF Australia's director of policy and advocacy Amy Lamoin said the latest report clearly shows the country's declining performance.

“Education is such a strong predictor of life outcomes and we're setting a fairly concerning trajectory. There's certainly a decline in real terms in the education space in Australia” Ms Lamoin said.

This decline is certainly a worry and could continue if the problems with the education system are not resolved.

Unfortunately, it is young, innocent students who are impacted most by these statistics. To avoid your child suffering from anxiety in the classroom due to this dysfunction, hire a private tutor to fix these problems.

During private tutoring, your child will be able to revise all significant subjects including:

  • English (spelling, grammar, punctuation etc.),
  • Mathematics (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and other basics)
  • Science,
  • History,
  • IT,
  • Foreign Languages.

Home tutoring is a fantastic way to offer supplemental instruction and guarantee a student's academic success! A private teacher will run personal sessions at a regular pace to make up for the flawed Australian educational system.

In a calm, relaxed and tailored manner, the struggling student can be provided individualised extra school support classes in the evening or online at a time that suits the pupil. The pupil should also utilise the summer and winter holidays to advance their understanding of what they are learning. The student makes the choice and the private tutor fulfils it!

Due to professional training, the private tutor is able to guide the pupil through their strengths and weaknesses, and transfer the main concepts of the subjects that are taught in the school curriculum.

Academic failure will no longer be a risk!

With an adapted methodology, your personal academic advisor will make the sessions engaging and enjoyable, and in the process instil a love for learning in your child. This is truly valuable!

Remedial Teaching to Prevent School Dropouts

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Bullying impacts a lot of secondary school students and must stop! (Source: Visual Hunt)

Home tutoring is a great way to prevent dropping out from the school system.

Secondary school dropouts have become a big problem in Australia, with almost one fifth of Year 10 students in 2010 not completing Year 12 by 2012.  This is concerning and needs to be addressed!

That means the majority of students have left school before taking the crucial ATAR subjects.

However, Australia is not a shining example when compared to European nations: according the OECD, one in five students on average across the OECD drop out of the education system before finishing upper secondary school.

The OECD explains that the main cause for this disturbing trend is inequality amongst students. Indeed, 40% of Australia’s poorest 19 year olds don’t complete Year 12, compared with around 10% of the wealthiest.

That one in five often come from poor or underprivileged families. 

It’s important to remember, however, that dropping out of school is not necessarily synonymous with academic failure: some students may struggle with social integration or experience bullying, so they decide to leave this difficult environment.

Some of the numerous reasons for dropping out of school include:

  • Religious motives,
  • Loss of faith in the education system, lack of interest in learning,
  • Some students may struggle with traditional schools and be more suited to alternative schools,
  • Social exclusion and bullying,
  • Preferring sport to academia (if you could be a professional athlete, who needs a diploma?).
  • Lack of interest in attending university (perhaps you would prefer TAFE for example).

The biggest risk of dropping out of school?

Having the NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) status. Which is not what parents what for their children! 

Most Australian students affected by these issues are from economically disadvantaged families.

In 2020, research by the Australian Council of Social Services (ACOSS) found of the three million people living in poverty in Australia, 731,000 are children and a total of 1.2 million are under the age of 24.

To prevent becoming one of these statistics, you must begin as early as possible: as soon as you need help seek a consultation with a private tutor so you don’t end up dropping out of school!

A personal academic coach will offer the educational support your child needs, and empower them to take control of their learning.

More so than regular classroom teachers, a personal tutor also acts as a special advisor for the student and helps them realise the significance of completing secondary school. They can help to re-build their self-confidence.

Tutoring programs that progress at an intensive pace are particularly effective as the private teacher quickly adapts to the level of the student and can identify and transmit the particular academic skills they require. 

Whether it's learning a second language or science, parents can choose the affordable online tutoring that is available on Superprof. The registered tutors are highly qualified, experienced, and possess a treasure trove of academic resources.

Without having to commit, an online educational support provider like Superprof are the answer to prevent students dropping out of students across Australia. 

Hiring Private Tutors to Prevent Failing Crucial Exams

Choosing a personal tutoring service to prevent failing important exams is a great decision: saving you time and investing in your future.

In today’s social and economic climate, it’s vital that you child graduates so they can get a well-paid job in the future.

Whether your child is readying to enter a prestigious university or a vocational school, they will require at least a basic education to ensure a successful future.

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Future success is foreseeable with a personal tutor who will meet your individual needs. (Source: Visual Hunt)

Private academic tutors can help!

Whether it's practicing oral presentations or analysing a text: a private teacher will do all they can to prevent failure and guarantee student success.

Failing ATAR exams can discourage students and increases the risk that they don’t pursue further education. The best idea is to be prepared and succeed the first time!

Regardless what type of exam you are about to take, you can find private tutors suited to your requirements:

  • ATAR,
  • International Baccalaureate,
  • VET Qualifications,
  • Bachelor's Degree,
  • Master's Degree,
  • Doctorate.

A private teacher will use their invaluable tips and tricks to fill in the gaps and help you get prepared before the big day: online exercises, worksheets, practice exams... Their resources are infinite!

A lot of students worry about oral examinations, which are much more anxiety-inducing than written tests. Don’t stress, just breathe and get a private tutor to help! Personal tutors stage simulations so that you can be ready and more relaxed on exam day. As they say, practice makes perfect: if you practice, you will succeed! 

View the profiles of Superprof's private tutors: some are qualified and specialise in exam preparation.

In relation to end-of-year exams, it is wise to prepare and adopt a steady pace of learning as soon as the school year starts. You will not have to schedule intensive study sessions at the last minute because you will have worked in advance with your private teacher to enhance your strengths and improve your weaknesses.

Parents don’t need to be concerned about the cost either - there is aide out there. There are many foundations that provide free school tuition to families from low-income households. This means that parents can  save money and get their children the tutoring they need. Everyone wins!

Guarantee your child's educational success through a home tutoring program now!

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Alison

Ali is an Australian writer, community manager and art curator living in Paris.