It’s the Teacher’s Fault, Isn’t It?
Learning is complex. Students respond to different materials and different methods.
We see this time and time again. In a classroom setting, especially when there are a lot of other students, the needs of one particular student can get overlooked. It’s a fact of the matter.
Despite a teacher or a school’s best efforts, some kids fall through the cracks. Other kids don’t achieve their potential.
It can be frustrating for the student, the parent, the teacher, the school and anyone else involved.
But don’t be too quick to blame the teacher. I’ve heard it time and time again from CROSSWALK’s clients. They bad mouth the teacher for not helping the student.
While that may be the case for some students, the vast majority of our clients find that there are other factors involved. Simply blaming the teacher is an easy excuse, but underneath there might be other learning challenges like too many distractions or lack of motivation.
Whatever the case, a tutor is a great resource. A tutor can sift through the learning challenges and personalize a program to achieve maximum results.
We do it everyday at CROSSWALK. Achieving a student’s academic potential is what drives us.
After all, we’re teachers. And we’re here to serve your academic needs.