Private maths tutors that come to you

Maths doesn't have to be hard. The right support and the right approach change all that. Just ask any student who is doing well in maths - they usually love the feeling of "getting it". This is what we aim to create for students - intellectual independence and joy of learning. It's the only path to success in maths whether your goal is to pass or achieve A's. We focus on the content but also on teaching the right approach to learning maths....

Maths doesn't have to be hard. The right support and the right approach change all that. Just ask any student who is doing well in maths - they usually love the feeling of "getting it". This is what we aim to create for students - intellectual independence and joy of learning. It's the only path to success in maths whether your goal is to pass or achieve A's. We focus on the content but also on teaching the right approach to learning maths. Probably the most common mistake students make is rule dependence, trying to memorize what to do without understanding why it's done that way - it doesn't work. But each student has their own issues, some with confidence others with silly mistakes or exam technique ...

... A well matched maths tutor will make a world of difference. Check out our 23 maths tutors in Bellevue, WA. The tutor comes to your home at the agreed time, so no need to worry about who is driving whom where and when. We make it easy. There are no booking fees, cancellation costs or minimum requirements. Just pay for what you use based on a simple hourly rate.

Contact us @ 1300 312 354 OR simply fill in the form below and we'll reach out. We guarantee your first lesson with a trial - so if you're not happy you don't pay for it.

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To help students with the necessary learning skills and confidence to succeed on their own; specifically, through:
* teaching effective learning strategies for long term retention of knowledge;
* building self confidence through encouragement and positive thinking;
* assessing their needs and fulfilling them with a collaborative learning…

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First of all, to actually see them as an individual, not as a job, task or challenge.
In terms of learning it's important to let the students figure it out themselves, kinda nudge them in the right direction, but just handing them the answer or the formula will probably hurt them in the long run. I have dealt with all kinds of kids and youth, so…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Tutors should be able to work well with different types of students, as well as know enough maths to explain things in great depth. Tutors need to be patient and helpful, and be able to communicate with children's parents as well. I have experience tutoring for more than five years, which has helped me gain confidence in working with children on…

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Giving a student the tools necessary to progress in the subject by himself whilst also being kind and patient. Giving just questions and answers can be done by his teacher for free, so tutors should give that extra mile. The various ways i can put a question. The one big thing about a hard question is some people might not understand it, so having…

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Enable them with additional or improved skills to experience growth in understanding and hence an improvement in marks/grades. These skills could be techniques on how to answer types of questions. Ability to map out student understanding and select appropriate strategy to improve conceptual understanding. This approach was used in my Doctor of…

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Provide strategies that are directed towards an individual's learning style, for example, using a technique so that the student can engage in the learning process and achieve results to the best of their ability. The other most important thing to consider as a tutor is to become more approachable and open to students so that they feel comfortable…

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For me, the most important thing a tutor can provide a student is confidence. It is paramount that a tutor encourages the student to become intrinsically motivated to study and to cultivate a love for the subject, as this will allow the student to fully achieve their potential. Ensuring that a student has confidence and self belief can be just as…

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Give them encouragement and legitimate praise. Too many times have I seen students in the mindset that they can't, simply because they have been constantly told so. Understanding and the ability to adapt to a students needs. Not everyone learns or understands in the same way or context. Finding the best way to connect with my students based on…

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One of the most important things I can do is communicate clearly with your child (I am a fourth generation WA country girl with an Australian accent), put them at ease and listen to them to ensure their needs are met. And have fun of course!
I aim for your child to have depth of understanding of number sense and the skills to learn by themselves…

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Be approachable and understanding to how the student is feeling. Encourage and build confidence to enable the student to use his/her skills and believe that nothing is too hard or out of their reach. Good listener so that I can obtain all the information I need to understand the student and their learning needs. Caring Nature, Patient, adaptable…

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As a tutor, the most important thing that I can do for my students would be teaching them how to be successful, life-long learners by teaching them real strategies and habits that will make them better learners in any circumstance, not just to teach them the what they are learning at school. I use my studentsâ€™ strengths and interests to…

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The most important things a tutor can do for his/her students includes:
- Inspire a sense of confidence in the students with regard to the subject matter.
- Increase their level of proficiency.
- Prepare them for an upcoming test or exam.
- Help them develop a passion for tutoring as well. I think my strengths as a tutor areas follows:
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Help students to recognise that they have the ability to achieve any goals they set for themselves, and possibly aid them in developing valuable skills they never even knew they had. A tutor is also successful if in the process the students develop necessary life skills that can be used outside the classroom. Patience
Positivity and optimism when…

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Be genuine; be genuine about knowing the information, be geuine about wanting to help and being genuinely concerned for their education. I am really good at explaining things to students, in lots of different ways if they dont understand. My weakness would be that i am really friendly, and if the student just wants to sit and talk i would have a…

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The most important aspect that a tutor can do for a student are: 1) To show that learning is fun.
2) To be both a tutor and mentor.
3) To educate students that mistakes made in previous tests can be fixed with hard work and effort. 1) The ability to listen to others
2) Easy going personality
3) Reliable on all occasions
4) Having a positive…

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Patience, kindness and support. No one wants to endure an impatient/fierce/unreasonable tutor after a long day at school! I will teach independence and discipline.
Besides tailoring my teaching methods to maximize their learning, I hope to build a bond with my student so they start to enjoy their sessions with me. I want to earn their trust,…

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The most important part is making the student feel comfortable with you, so you can do the most you can to help them. If you establish trust and respect with your student, you can work together as a team to achieve their highest potential. I believe my strength lies in my ability to understand mathematical concepts as well as my my friendly nature…

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A tutor can teach make study very interseting. A tutor is not just a teacher but is also a guide who can gudie th student in right direction. If a student knows and understands what is he studying, he can achieve excellent results and all this is the responsibility of the tutor. I have good knowledge of the subject. I tend to get along with…

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- Make sure that any concerns a student has regarding their education is addressed appropriately.
- Being a good and trustworthy role model.
- Inspiring students and encourage them to realise their passion for learning.
- Address any difficulties in their schoolwork
- Assist them in reaching their full potential.
- Provide…

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some should require more creativity. It is of course a mistake to drill students with boring problems until they hate the subject, but it is also a mistake to let them do "interesting" or "discovery based" math all the time, and not make them practice the techniques they discover.
One can first get students to solve them with other techniques…

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It is important to instill interest in the student to learn. Students have many different subjects they will be studying and for them, some may not be as important as the others. While it is good for students to understand their interest in life and focus on it, it is also important they cover all the basics in the school curriculum. My approach…

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Be strict about the work and demand for the student and be absolutely prepared before tutoring them with the topics. I try to make it in a way that makes the students understand the topic/problem easier. I'm also very easy to talk to and demand the work be done on…

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Be a good listener, be ontime, never give up, never discourage student, always see the positive side of the student, emphasise that making mistakes is part of learning, change atmosphere when the students get bored. I'm a good listener, prompt, really strong in mathematics and physics (I'm a PhD in physics). I'm passionate at these two subjects. I…