Reflecting over the weekend, past. Monday morning awaits! All the best for next weekend to all pupils and parents of transfer test results! We have one more school to visit this week and that’s us. Decisions and choices ordered for Form Time in February! While the journey begins once again for our P6 children. Look out for this week’s Finest Hour post on how and when to book your p6 slot. Lots of enquiries and questions to be answered regarding group sessions. Have a great week! #northernirelandtransfertest#finesthourtuition#transitionseason#privatetuition
Some of our children working together during our small group sessions yesterday. What are the benefits of learning in small groups? —————————————
Social learning theorists such as Vygotsky believe learning takes place through social interactions between the student, their peers and teachers. He suggested the teacher should facilitate children’s learning through creating environments which encourage students to discuss, collaborate and feedback, all of which are part of the small group approach. ———————————————————————— Most importantly, children genuinely enjoy attending small group tuition sessions, so much so they look forward to the extra schooling. Just like any other extra-curricular activity children love to build new friendships with their peers, resulting in tuition feeling like a treat rather than a chore! ————————————————————————
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Can the same be said for the UK education system? We all know schools nowadays are very focused on results.
Is it really all about results or what we can gain through the experience of learning and expanding our knowledge. What’s been your experience of the education system? Does it meet your needs, can you find the right support? Are your values reflected? Would love to hear from you and your personal experience. What factors are important for you and the education you receive or your children?
If you are taking any kind of an advanced biology course, you need to know how to evaluate the data you see from a gel. Generally you will see DNA, RNA and protein gels, because if you covered them in class you will see them on your exam - they are staples of basic research.