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Mr Kelvin Goh specializes in Primary & Secondary Maths and has tutored a variety of students, including graduating N/O Level students and students with learning difficulties or special needs.
Here, he shares some of his experiences and tips with us in coaching students with dyslexia & mild autism.
How do you teach the skills needs for students to excel in Maths Olympiad competitions? Mr Timothy has been training such students in competitions (RIPMWC, APMOPS, and NMOS) for over a year now. Find out more about Mr Timothy, as he shares his approach in honing students’ critical thinking skills here!
Are you familiar with Phonics? Many of us were not formally taught in this area while growing up, but the principles it teaches are essential in helping children develop their reading abilities and in turn speed up their learning of the language.
Mdm Lilo has gotten stellar reviews from other parents for her Phonics classes and we’re curious – how does she do it?
Student often face obstacles in writing – meeting the word count, writing more content & being more expressive. These obstacles are actually the same as all of them require students to have better writing skills. In this section, we shall look at how students can improve their writing skills and thus perform better in compositions. […]
To many students, the two main ‘culprits’ that are stopping them from doing well in English are vocabulary and grammar. This is especially true for grammar, as it is the one that consistently causes loss of marks in both situational/continuous writing and comprehension. As with vocabulary, improving grammar needs time and effort, but the rewards […]
Many students face an age-old problem – limited vocabulary. They usually tend to express their opinions, descriptions and emotions using the same words over and over again. This results in a rather bland essay and expressions are often restricted to simple and monotonous phrases. Thus, it is important to build up your vocabulary. It may […]