Adam Caller, founder of Tutors International, published the new recommendations on his personal blog  to aid parents in identifying and addressing the individual educational needs of their child.
The various underlying reasons for poor academic performance or bad study habits can often be effectively addressed by the individualised, one-to-one attention and guidance that can be provided by a quality private tutor. Last month, Parents.com  published a helpful list of typical signs that a child may need more focused attention in order to get them on the right track, academically. In a traditional classroom environment, even the most competent and caring teachers struggle to be able to lavish enough personal attention on every student.
In addition to the guidance outlined in the article, which cites issues such as lack of confidence, poor time management, slipping grades, and specific learning disabilities, Adam Caller published his own observations:
“During my time as a tutor, and since founding Tutors International, I have seen repeatedly how time with an exceptional tutor can refocus a child and teach them crucial study skills and habits… Even the most gifted students can shut down and lose interest if they aren’t being challenged or inspired. If your child’s school isn’t offering subjects or activities in line with your child’s interests, hiring a tutor can enable them to spend more time focused on the subjects they are passionate about without compromising their learning time elsewhere.”
Mr Caller added: “Teachers can be too quick to write off students based on past performance. Children experiencing a renewed burst of inspiration, having struggled in the past, can often find themselves streamed into lower sets, limiting their grade potential, and potentially making them feel undervalued. In instances where this cannot be rectified, it can be enormously beneficial to seek outside tutoring in those subjects.”
Tutors International has extensive experience in placing tutors, on a permanent or temporary basis, with families struggling to balance parenting, work and travel commitments with their children’s educational needs.
“Being away from school, or having a parent absent for long periods, can greatly impact on a child’s confidence and motivation. It is now possible for children to spend extended periods of time absent from school with their teachers’ blessing and without impact on their academic timetable with the help of an experienced tutor. In fact, the different cultures and environments children can potentially experience while travelling as a family can provide a highly valuable tool for learning and inspiration. The tutors we recruit have the ability to plan curriculum and activities that allow children to explore these new environments.”
Tutors International has observed children, with a variety of needs and circumstances, thriving under the supervision of our tutors. The firm has specialist experience in placing tutors with children with special educational needs such as ADHD and dyslexia, full-time or in addition to their current academic routine.
 Do you need a tutor? How increased one-to-one attention can resolve a multitude of issues http://adamcaller.com/2016/05/do-you-need-a-tutor-how-increased-one-to-one-attention-can-resolve-a-multitude-of-issues/. Adam Caller. April 2016
 6 signs your child needs a tutor http://www.parents.com/kids/education/homework/signs-your-child-needs-a-tutor/ Mali Anderson. March 2016.
About Tutors International
Tutors International is a worldwide organization providing experienced private tutors to work with children of all ages and nationalities. Tutors are available for full-time tutoring positions, for major support and tutoring outside school hours, or for home-schooling. Tutors International provide a bespoke service to find the right tutor that suits the child’s needs and aspirations, and if a live-in tutor is required, it is essential that the assigned tutor is the right match for the family and fits in the environment.
Tutors International was founded by Adam Caller who has tutored students of all ages. He has received specialist training in dyslexia and Attention Deficit Disorder and is very sensitive to children’s educational difficulties. He has now turned this expertise to recruiting, training and placing other tutors to help families.