No country in the world is prepared or has foreseen the consequences of the worldwide pandemic. In fact, no measures were taken to ensure the safety and continuous operation of schools and universities. School closures have been declared in various countries since early March 2020. Although schools have resumed in Victoria and several parts of Australia, since the 9th of June.
Online tutoring is now a vital tool to our education system and there are various factors that’s been driving the online education industry, including the increasing number of online courses and open universities from top universities around the world. But with the school closures due to the spread of the coronavirus, online education is now the leading platform to use and is supported by the government.
That is why both parents and schools are now adopting these changes and are now choosing home-based education and online tutoring for all students.
Benefits of online tuition
The most significant benefit of online tuition is that it makes learning fun for students, and tutors can also gain valuable info through online assignments. In fact, they can use artificial intelligence (AI) to gather data from apps used by their students, and this will help them determine the most efficient way of customising their lesson plans.
The tutor will know what their student is writing on the screen, especially if they are using Android tablets or iPads. This, in turn, will provide the tutor with insights into your child’s learning patterns and behaviour during their assignments.
Another great feature of online tutoring is its capability to provide students with video tutorials that can help them tackle challenging assignments. This will ensure that your child will have a step-by-step guide or insight on various concepts that they are studying.
Most importantly, if your child is unable to make their tutoring session, it is easy to reschedule the day or time of tutoring. However, this is not possible with brick-and-mortar options, since they are not that flexible when it comes to changing schedules.
Home-based tutoring is now back
We understand that online tuition is not for everybody since home-based tutoring is now back in various parts of Australia, and this option works best for some families. In fact, some students will also require a more hands-on approach than others, and they prefer a more traditional set up than on a computer or tablet device.
Since most of the restrictions that authorities have implemented during the lockdown are now being eased up, you can now choose in-home tuition for your child. In fact, tutors are now available for both online and in-home tuition in various locations around Melbourne.
Overall, whichever option you choose, you need to make sure that you only hire the best tutoring service provider like Maths Tutors Melbourne for your child. They can provide you with certified maths tutors in Glen Waverley, Mount Waverley, South Yarra and most other areas throughout Melbourne. They all have a thorough knowledge and understanding of all maths topics within the Victorian Curriculum and Victorian Certificate of Education.