Now that's a reunion!
Q&A with Dr. Kim Har!
Dr. Kim is director of childhood education at Aristotle Circle, a national company offering expertise in getting children into the best schools.
She was asked "How can tutors hold a young child’s interest during these sessions?"
Dr. Kim says:
"Aristotle Circle’s tutors do not rely on workbooks during sessions but use a tailored mix of games and toys that are personalized to a child’s interests. Tutoring for 3- to 6-year-olds resembles a one-on-one play date much more than a study session. Our tutors get the best results by interacting with the child in a natural play environment where the child is having fun.”
That makes sense!
You need to trick the kid (kinda) into think it's actually play time.
We bet the one-on-one sessions makes it a lot easier for a tutor to keep a single child's attention than an entire class room.
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