Make-up classes outside school become the norm in life
小黄(化名)2014年3月就要考精英中学。已经有3年“补”龄的小黄与父母在到黄金海岸旅游了四天三夜之后，便开始了补习。小黄的妈妈何女士向记者介绍，小黄目前在悉尼北区一家公立学校读书。从3年级开始补课，补数学、英语以及常识。周三、五in the afternoonAfter class, I will make up English and common sense, and on Saturday, I will make up for mathematics.She felt that tuition was necessary, otherwise she would not be able to understand the academic level of the child.
Ms. He said: Regarding the child's learning situation, he used to have only one page of homework a week, and the teacher said it was good. We don’t usually take exams, and we don’t know how our children learn. When you go to the cram school, the teacher will contact us every week to give a report, introducing the test results, the ranking in the cram school, and the strengths and weaknesses of the child.
Ms. He said that Xiao Huang is now preparing for the exam. There is a big gap between the difficulty of the simulation questions and the real questions given by the school. Instead, the difficulty of the simulation questions made in the cram school is not too good. Ms. He believes that because the school does not take examinations and students lack examination experience, it is very necessary to go to the cram school to exercise and improve the examination experience.
Speaking of the cost, Ms. He said that the current cost is more than XNUMX per year, which is still affordable. However, as the youngest son is about to enter the third grade and will also enter the ranks of tutoring, the cost is very likely to double.
Mr. Wu's daughter is about to enter the 11th grade. She is studying at an elite secondary school in Sydney's southern district. 8 years of supplementary age.
Whether it should make up lessons
Moreover, the traditional Chinese concept is that the next generation hopes that the next generation will study well and have a bright future without having to suffer as much as the parents. Well, reading good books and getting good grades seems to some people to be a necessary condition for this bright future. To have this necessary condition, it is indispensable to start some small stoves and work hard, and tutoring is a matter of course.
Ms. He told reporters that Xiao Huang's school does not encourage make-up classes.On the one hand, it may be due to the local culture. On the other hand, they always feel that it is unfair to other students to improve their grades through supplementary lessons.Many Chinese make up lessons secretly and will not declare to outsiders.Once Xiao Huang said that he had gone to make up classes on weekends.Later, when we met, the teacher told Ms. He that it is better for parents to give their children more time to freely move and play, rather than being buried in the sea of questions.
In the mainstream education sector, some people do not recognize the practice of tutoring for the entrance examination of elite secondary schools. The NSW Teachers Federation has also described tutoring classes as “ridiculous” and “contagious”, which masks the test. What I want to achieve.
The tuition industry has a low threshold and a mixed bag
But whether it supports or opposes it. In the tutoring industry, existence is reasonable, and there is a lot of demand, there is rapid development. In recent years, cram schools have sprung up to provide candidates with cram courses, informal "mock exams" and books. In 2011 data, the Australian tutoring industry is worth 60 billion yuan a year, and this number is still increasing every year.
澳洲补习课服务协会(Australian Tutoring Association，简称ATA)首席执行官迪豪(Mohan Dhall)表示：“补习班越来越正式、structure越来越严谨，课件的组织也越来越好。补习班正成为主流教育方式一个组成部分，我们必须承认这点。”
目前在澳洲大约有四分之一的孩子接受课外辅导，年龄不一。some家长在孩子还未正式上学的时候已经在物色合适的补习学校。Also haveOf parents have never made up lessons for their children and let them develop freely.Dihao told reporters that since the 50s, there have been formal tuition companies.Of course, there was a mentor system in ancient times.At present, about 36000 people in Australia regard tutoring as their main job.There are an estimated 3500 to 4000 private tuition schools across Australia.In addition, there are about 35000 non-formal "tuition" teachers, they may be students, may be engaged in part-time work and so on.
通常如果开始补，那么就是长期抗战，以Years为长度单位。而且多管齐下，同时补习多科。补习行业成为一个香喷喷的大蛋糕，谁都想分一杯羹。由于补习行业不需要正规的资格证书，任何人都可以当家教，谁都可以补课。如此庞大的队伍中，既有资深的有数十年丰富经验的老师，Also haveThe fledgling teachers and some young students.The teaching ability is uneven, and there are also many problems.
A survey conducted by the Australian tutoring industry organization found that nearly 42.5% of parents of students choose face-to-face, one-on-one tutoring for their children, which is also the most common way of tutoring. Some teachers pay as much as 200 yuan per hour for one-on-one tutoring, and college students with some basic professional knowledge can earn 20 yuan per hour. Chinese Mr. Zhu told reporters that his 10th grade son helped two classmates make up lessons every week for 7 yuan per hour because of his top-notch mathematics, physics and chemistry.
Source: New Express