Students Help Goes Digital

Free online portal for flexible learning support at home 24 hours a day 7 days a week Gelsenkirchen, 27 September 2012. The students help, largest tuition provider in Germany and Austria, complements its successful for almost 40 years learning concept of the individual in the small group to an additional service: from October 1, 2012 students of student aid can access exclusive and in addition to the coaching spot free on a comprehensive online learning portal, the student assistance student, as well as on the online math trainer, powered by bettermarks, and therefore actively influence their learning progress. In terms of parents, parents can check their child’s learning progress free of charge. Decorated offering students help to each student’s learning progress cares quite individually and around the clock. This newly created online platform allows our tutoring students more quickly their school performance to improve”, so Dieter Wallace, managing partner of student aid.

Our successful classroom teaching on-site, where on each student individually and personally explains, is now enhanced by the opportunity to deepen the learned material 24 hours a day 7 days a week in addition online”, so plant Hausen. With this combination the students help offers a flexible solution for the diverse learning needs.” The comprehensive online task pool of student aid student portal offers a completely new way of knowledge transfer. The student can deepen content at any time and in each subject independently and in addition to the tuition, gaps and prepare specifically for class work and testing. The supplement for the classes 4 to 10 in mathematics through the cooperation with the online learning system bettermarks completes the offer. Success through targeted knowledge gaps closing the Many problems in mathematics are based on gaps in knowledge, often dating back to previous years in cooperation with bettermarks.

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