How One-on-One Tutoring Produces Better Students

By Club Z Tutoring September 5, 2022

If your student needs a little help with school, there are several options available. But choosing the right setting to help him/her succeed can be overwhelming. Understanding some key differences between in-home and small group tutoring may help you determine which option is best for your child.

Most of us parents have experienced the “homework blues” at one point or another with our children. When it’s time to crack the books, our kids will find any excuse under the sun to delay, postpone or even skip it all together. But how do you know when there’s a real problem in the classroom, and not just an aversion to homework? If your child genuinely seems to struggle in a subject, or it’s been confirmed by the school by a poor classroom grade or a less-than-stellar report card, it may be time to get some outside help. With so many options to choose from though, how do you know which setting will best suit your child? Here are some key differences between two major options that may help you decide. 

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