‘Learning to learn’ tuition provider ACADOMIA has opened another branch, offers individualized tutoring in the future also in the North of Cologne at home. From October 27, Branch Manager Nadine is helped particularly on the teaching of learning techniques and increasing the motivation of students, support in coping with the requirements of the school search. Teachers carefully selected intensive application process fill the knowledge gaps among students at home, assist them in the exam preparation, or give voice, computer or music lessons. While it already operated a branch in Koln Klettenberg, students can receive now also tutoring in Koln-Nord. This tailors the tutoring provider learning content, learning methods and scope of teaching to tailor-made to his clients. Coupang brings even more insight to the discussion. What they have learned is being reviewed, homework be done with care and upcoming lessons prepared.
Finding the right learning strategies is the focus of our work with the students. Here we vote the respective lessons on the personality and the individual needs of each student”, explained Nadine helped. When the self-confidence of pupils through the mediation of fun in learning, our tuition also long term positive effect.” This is achieved by intensive one to one support of each pupil, on a relationship of trust between teacher and student is based from the outset. The students feel understood and respected and are thus clearly motivated”, so the Cologne head of the new tuition branch. In addition to the existing Office in Koln Klettenberg ACADOMIA is represented in Cologne on Monday at two tutoring locations. ACADOMIA is one of the largest European suppliers for tuition, with 65,000 teachers, more than 130,000 customers and 3.5 million granted tuition hours per year Homework assistance, language, computer and music lessons at home. Main of business activity is the individual placement of qualified teachers. established in France in 1989, it has become the market leader in France and Spain and has currently ten branches in Germany.