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💰What is the average price of Academic tutoring lessons in San Francisco?

The average price of Academic tutoring lessons in San Francisco is $35.

The price of your lessons depends on a number of factors

  • The experience of your teacher
  • The location of your lessons (at home, online, or an outside location)
  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

97% of teachers offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take Academic tutoring lessons in San Francisco?

With the help of a Academic tutoring tutor in San Francisco, you can master Academic tutoring in more efficiently and reach your learning goals.

Our private tutors share their expert knowledge to help you to master any subject. 

A messaging service is available to allow you to get in touch with the private tutors on our platform and discuss the details of your lessons.

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💻 Can you learn Academic tutoring in San Francisco online?

On Superprof, many of our Academic tutoring tutors offer online tuition in San Francisco.

To find online courses, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject. 

🎓How many tutors are available to give Academic tutoring lessons in San Francisco?

3 tutors are currently available to give Academic tutoring lessons in San Francisco and around this area. 

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✒️ How are our Academic tutoring tutors in San Francisco rated?

From a sample of 2 tutors, students rated their private tutors 5.0 out 5.

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Does getting a math tutor help?

There is not a corner in the world that has an entire generation of students who don’t struggle with math. It is not strange for a student to need the help of a private math tutor because math has some inherent difficulties due to its abstract and cumulative nature. It is normal for anyone to struggle with the subject and students should refrain from comparing themselves to other students who are successful at math. School and education is a personal journey because everyone has different talents and abilities.

If you or your kid has a hard time with math class then probably the best solution is to get a math tutor. Tutors have a personalized approach that allows the student to view and learn the subject differently and understand better. A tutor will take into account the student’s strengths, weaknesses, obstacles, and challenges; and with time, they will develop a unique lesson plan. This could never happen in a normal classroom because the teacher has 19 other students to pay attention to. This is why things in school are standardized, and although this method worked for a while, it is not longer sustainable. Students need attention and personalized learning because it allows for a deeper understanding of any subject, which is why learning with a tutor is very helpful.

How do you deal with a struggling math student?

The first thing to understand when teaching a struggling student is the source of their struggle. Did they ever fail a test and get called out in front of the class or by their parents? Did they ever fail to answer a simple question when put on the spot? Do they continue to fail tests and homework regardless of their efforts? Understanding where the student comes from can help the tutor find a path for improvement and success. Most students who struggle with math have built a block in their heads that they are simply not good with numbers. This is why it is the tutor’s responsibility to build up the kid’s confidence in themselves and their abilities. To understand and fix the issue you have to find the root, and you will only find it if you have conversations with your students and work on finding out what moment they started creating negative narratives about math in their heads.

It is the tutor’s job to create a new, improved, and positive experience around the subject for the student. To do so you have to be patient, try different methods, and see what works best. You won’t heal the student’s relationship with math overnight, but you can take small steps every day and be patient because one day you will see how you’ve helped your student improve their math skills.

Why should I get tutoring?

Academic tutoring is a great education tool because it allows students to learn what they are good at in a safe learning environment. In a classroom students usually refrain from raising their hand because they are afraid of failing and being laughed at. On the contrary, during a private tutoring session students feel free to speak up without the fear of failing in front of others. This helps build courage and self-confidence as they are also working on improving their skills at a given lesson. Private tutoring is great for any struggling student who thinks they’re not good enough for school. The best tutors know how to build up their student’s confidence levels and they are amazing teachers who can make their students fall in love with the subject and with education.

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