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Learning online

Going online

April 16, 2010

When I was still a student I had difficulty concentrating on studying Chemistry, Physics, Accounting and Mathematics (even simple algebra). I am more interested with our English, History and Literature (Filipino and English) classes. In the last language school I attended, I was less engaged on learning because of the lack of competence and interest that my teacher showed and the wrong way of material and lecture delivery.

My kids have their own difficulty in studying. They often complain about some homeworks and I try as much as possbile to explain matters to them especially math problems, tutoring in a way. I was not able to have a private tutor back when I had difficulties. Nowadays, there are institutions that offer that, lernhilfe or tutors which the kids can attend after school. Pay is a bit lower than private tutors, however,  one must consider distance as such institutions are are not located very near the schools. There is also the option of getting online tutors. With this, your kids are at home and you get to see what  they learn and how they learn as well.

Online learning is a good option to earn a degree so online homework help is just the same. Tutorvista.com is one of the most recommended online tutor service in the websphere.  If you’re kids are having difficulties  with certain subjects, help is available 24×7.   Each subject is handled by tutors, who are knowledgeable in each field. They offer physics help,  english writing help, algebra help, precalculus help, fractions and math help, which will help kids in improving their math answers.  As much as possible I’d tutor my kids alone but this is a good option too should there be bigger and more difficult problems with numbers. I’m not born for numbers, I’m more for letters. 😉

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