Rebekah is studying a Bachelor of Arts majoring in criminology & political science. Rebekah's teaching approach is to convey information to her students in a way that makes it easy to digest and helps them comprehend the knowledge themselves.
James has a Bachelor of Media Studies and acquired a Master’s degree by research. James tutoring strategy is to work with each student to find out what approach is most effective for them, to ensure they get the most out of our tutoring sessions.
Rianna, is studying for a bachelor of psychological sciences. Rianna is very patient, understanding and encouraging. She works hard to identify gaps in a student's learning and find ways that they can work together in their sessions to address them.
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Maths: Yrs Prep-8 English: Yrs Prep- 12 Biology: Yrs 11 &12 Chemistry: Yrs 11 &12 Health and human development: Yrs 11 &12 Science: Yrs 7-10 University subjects: pathophysiology, mammalian genetics, nutrition, animal management and disease, microbiology, wildlife ecology, immunology, statistics, biology, chemistry.
Chloe has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) (first class) and a Bachelor of Veterinary & Wildlife Science with Distinction. Chloe believes everyone is unique, has their own ways of learning in order to achieve their best. Chloe works with each individual to find the best way of teaching that suits their personal learning.
Cindy is studying a Bachelor of Arts with a focus on sociology. Cindy believes that effective tutoring only comes from honest communication and mutual understanding. She provides a safe space and a non-judgemental attitude to help each individual achieve their potential.
Shiv is studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science. Shiv is patient, well-spoken, knowledgeable, personable, and driven to get the best out of his students by tailoring his tutoring style to suit the needs of each individual. Shiv incorporates a student-centred approach and aim to equip his students with the capacity to become confident, independent life-long learners.
These tips were put together by our VCE English tutors.
Focus on the art of answering questions. This is a crucial skill for short answer questions where you are required to answer questions in the most concise and clear way possible. Understanding what the question wants from you is half the battle. If this is something you struggle with, ask for help from your peers, teachers, or tutors.
Make or join study groups for each subject. Work with your peers to improve your knowledge. You are all in a very similar place right now when it comes to academia, make use of that. Two brains are better than one; just imagine what a group could do.
Adequate nutrition and sleep are invaluable during the revision period. Especially in the days leading up to the exam, this will not only help you to feel your best, but it will enhance your academic performance.
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Our English creative writing course is designed especially for students who want to get a great score for their year 11 or 12 English creative text response. Like everything in life, the more prepared you are, the better you will perform. Of course, it requires the right kind of preparation. This short video course is designed by subject experts, teachers and high ATAR achievers at Evergreen Tutoring Services, and it is the best video support you can find. Everything is aligned to the Australian Curriculum, including specific outcome requirements from the VCAA regarding what a high scoring response for this task requires. It covers everything students need to know to get their best ATAR.
How can online lessons with our VCE English tutors make your life easier?
Great quality platforms
Interactive lessons with a live tutor
No strangers in your home
No more rushing to a centre after work or school
Greater access to tutors who fit the students learning style
Preparing students for a future where understanding technology is essential
Are your lessons classes or for individuals or groups?
All of our lessons are 1-to-1. Students get the most out of 1-to-1 learning, where they have the full and undivided attention of a subject specialist. We strongly believe that our students deserve 100% of our tutor’s undivided attention.
Are your tutors qualified to teach their subjects?
All of our tutors have (or are working towards) a Bachelor’s degree or higher in the area they teach; this is to ensure they have excellent subject knowledge. All our tutors are required to demonstrate exemplary teaching abilities in their chosen subject prior to becoming employed with our business. Every one of our tutors goes through a 4 stage process before joining our team:
Our tutors are all studying or already have a Bachelor degree from an Australian university. Many of our tutors hold a masters degree or higher.
Potential tutors have to fill out a document detailing their qualifications and preferred subjects. Importantly, they must also explain why they feel qualified to teach them.
A qualified teacher then tests every single one of our tutors for their ability to teach. This happens through an online video platform. Our tutors must deliver a lesson to a high standard before they join our team.
Tutors who make it to this final stage must pass a Working with Children’s and Police Check.
How do you ensure students and parents receive excellent service?
Aside from our four-stage process all of our tutors are required to fill in and complete lesson plans and comments for each of their lessons. These lesson plans are then submitted to our Director and Founder. Jessica is a qualified teacher and personally checks each lesson plan to ensure our tutors are delivering curriculum-aligned, high-quality lessons. Our founder also mentors our tutors and supplies regular professional development material. Our tutors are fantastic, but like our students, we understand there is always room to grow and do better.
Are online lessons any good?
Absolutely! With the right platforms, online lessons are just as good, if not better, than contact lessons. We use a range of online platforms that allow for real-time interaction when our students and tutors write or draw in their lesson it can be viewed as it happens. Exactly the way you might watch someone write or draw on a piece of paper next to you. This paired with our video chat allows our students and tutors to work together, see each other, and talk as if they were sitting side by side. On top of this, our tutors have a huge range of resources at their fingertips, ready to help our students study and prepare for their subjects to the highest standard possible. We have streamlined the process of logging into our lessons, and it is as simple as clicking the link we send to your email.
What is your teaching approach?
Our teaching approach is entirely dependent on the students learning style. We offer a tailored educational approach. This means each and every lesson is custom made and designed to suit each student’s needs. We help all kinds of learner styles, and most importantly we understand all students learn at different paces. Working at a speed comfortable for our students and ensures they completely understand a subject area before moving on to the next one.
Does the student need to have homework to book a tutor?
No, the student doesn’t have to have homework to book a tutor. We work closely with the Australian National Curriculum, and this is to ensure all of our students cover the coursework required for their year level. This means, even when our students don’t have homework, we know exactly what they have to cover for their subject and their year level. In this way, we don’t only help our students keep up with schooling, we can help them to get ahead of their peers.
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