Benefits of Learning with JEI
JEI Learning Centre is successful with their students because of well-trained directors and small classroom sizes.
Our ONE-ON-ONE tuition style encourages children to overcome any doubts and move forward with confidence.
By providing a fun and friendly online environment for primary age learning, our experienced tutors foster the right mindset for taking on the challenges of the core subjects.
How Does a JEI Online Tuition Work?
The JEI online tutoring procedure is built on the core features of passion, innovation, dedication, honesty, loyalty and integrity. The tutor and student interact live on a shared whiteboard, working together in the tutoring sessions, which are designed entirely based on the student’s requirements, time availability, goals and aptitude.
1. Diagnostic Assessment Process
Students will study with the weekly workbook and take the interim test at the end of each week until the prescribed study programme is completed. After which students will take an achievement test to create a new study plan.
2. Knowing the Tutor and Trial Session
Students are taken through the diagnostic assessment in the relevant domain of learning before joining the session. An individual student’s learning program and schedule is planned according to the outcomes of the diagnostic test, which is referred to as the IPPR.
3. Online Session Progress
The Centre Operator coordinates the session chart, shares it with the tutor and informally reports student progress to parents.
The student will receive workbook(s) for their program, and they will review each weekly workbook in a session with their tutor.
The tutor will teach the key concept objectives in the workbook and assign some pages for practice. Afterwards, the student will complete the workbook independently as homework, with any supplements included as part of their additional practice.
Each session duration is set based on the typical primary student’s concentration attention span – usually less than half an hour per subject.
4. Process Recording and Report
The Centre will report on assessment, diagnostic and achievement tests (IPPR).
Student Session Record: The Centre keeps a record of each student’s session performance for reference and to document progress, participation level and other metrics.
The Centre will report to parents at the end of each semester to assess performance and progress and to plan future sessions.
5. Mentoring Communication
Our Centre Operators are accountable for a range of quality control reviews: to provide general system support, manage the performance of our tutors and students, assist to identify and prepare tutor resources, recommend any corrective actions, provide guidance through difficult situations, follow up any required administrative support, and ensure quality through general oversight of the team.
6. Managing End Result
The Centre Operator will continuously monitor sessions and communicate with parents to share observations. Student progress is continually analysed, and corrective measures are implemented to facilitate the student’s efficient progress.