Individualized Attention: My student receive individualized attention from me. This allows me to tailor the lessons to each student's specific needs and learning style. In a large group class, the instructor may not have the time or resources to provide personalized attention to each student, which can make it more difficult for some students to learn effectively.
Personalized Feedback: I provide immediate feedback to my student on their techniques, skills, and progress. This allows them to make corrections and improvements right away, which can help them to advance their skills more quickly. In a large group class, it can be more difficult for the instructor to provide individual feedback to each student, which can slow down the learning process.
Flexibility: I can be more flexible than large group classes, in terms of scheduling, content, and pace of learning. This can be especially beneficial for students with busy schedules, or those who have specific goals or areas they want to focus on. In a large group class, the schedule and content are typically more rigid, which may not work for every student.
Furthermore, mentorship can help my students to stay motivated and accountable, as they have someone to turn to for guidance and encouragement. This can be especially important for those who are pursuing a new skill or hobby, as it can be easy to lose motivation or become discouraged without the right support.
Overall, my combination of individualized attention, personalized feedback, flexibility, and mentorship can help my students to achieve their goals and succeed in their endeavors. I am committed to providing the highest level of support and guidance to each and every one of my students, and I take pride in seeing them grow and thrive under my mentorship.