The FLOW Concept
Our teaching is guided by The FLOW Concept, a method of ordering and structuring our lessons, which consequently improves our student's understanding of the topics. Here, we have broken down our concept in four sections to give you a slight insight into how significant the FLOW is to our student's learning.
Our tutors spend a short time covering fundamentals (formula, definition, derivation, examples) while majority of the time, the students are working through the workbook. If students run into any trouble the tutors can address the question individually in a more personalised manner, without disrupting other students’ time and momentum. However, when the tutor feels that they needs too, they will still address the entire class on particular concepts or questions as required. This methodology ensures each student seeks their own understanding of the concept!
Feedback + Solutions
Parents and students receiving timely feedback is key to success. The way we present feedback is intuitive and innovative. Each student will have a personalised link to a report which will not only show their results for each weekly quiz, but also on how they performed in each topic of the quiz. Over time they will accumulate invaluable insights to their strengths and weaknesses.
By the time the student reaches homework, they should have already mastered the fundamentals of the lesson. Questions in the homework range from easy to difficult, similar to that of a recap booklet. Ideally completed within 1 to 2 hours, we hope our homework does not comprise the amount of time students spend on other subject, recreational time, or family time. We strongly believe that an exceptional tutoring centre should not only help their student excel in the subject but so with minimal time commitment.
Quizzes + Exams
Topics that are examined in the quiz are randomised, meaning topics covered from two weeks before, last term or even last year could be examined. We believe this forces students to be more attentive when learning and more importantly, to put in the effort to understand and retain the concept rather than knowing it will only be tested next week.