Leiden, Netherlands, July 19, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- E. Reny Tutoring Services is proud to announce the release of a new online course which provides students with a solid background in Newtonian gravity, “Gravity, The Basics.”
Nowadays, a solid education is essential for building a successful life. Physics is a key component of the curriculum followed by students aiming at a scientific career. Yet, in public and even in private schools, the teaching pace and pedagogical approach to Physics is not always adapted to some otherwise very capable students. This is why E. Reny Tutoring Services has developed a novel approach to teaching physics. E. Reny Tutoring Services provides 1-on-1 tuition to high school students and produces online courses.
This new online course, “Gravity, The Basics,” provides students with a solid background in Newtonian gravity. More than just detailing a topic, it proposes a general view on Physics by solidifying other fundamental notions required to make the most of the course, such as mechanics and circular motion.
Course Trailer: https://youtu.be/UsZqX812E2s
The course is intended for students currently in their last two years of High school and preparing diplomas like the IB Physics, the A-Level Physics, the AP Physics etc. It can be accessed on platforms like Udemy (pay per course) and Skillshare (subscription based). Permanent discounts are offered when passing through the company’s website (see https://www.physics-tutor.nl/gravitation): 10 Euros offer a full and unlimited access to the course “Gravity, The Basics” and to all related support documents.
The pedagogical approach taken in the course is based on what physics tutor Edouard Reny applies when teaching his real life students. The result is a whopping 100% pass in exams (up to now, about 60 students).
His own words describe how he achieves this result: "#xperience has shown me that every student is more than capable of understanding and applying high school physics programs. The key to developing a student’s potential lies in staying consistently open to what the teenager is trying to express (without actually saying it). Then, it is just a question of customizing the pedagogical approach by integrating the student’s psychology. Up to now, this technique has always worked...”
“...With time, I discovered that there are common points to all teenage students encountering difficulties with the traditional approach to physics used by most teachers and text books. This has helped me build a specific pedagogy when dealing with large groups and producing online courses. And it works!”
Edouard Reny passed his Ph.D. in materials science with honors at the University of Bordeaux I, France, in 1999. He then resumed his research work as post-doctoral fellow at Hiroshima University, Japan, before integrating the R&D group of a large multinational in The Netherlands. 6 years ago, Edouard founded the Company “Synaptic Machines” that hosts E. Reny Tutoring Services. Since then, Edouard has supported high school students in their study of physics with impressive results.