Private maths tutors that come to you

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 203 maths tutors in Clarinda, VIC who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get to...

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 203 maths tutors in Clarinda, VIC who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get to know your child's needs and learning style and help in a tailored and supportive way.

So how does it work?

The tutoring is done in your home or any other location you opt for. The first tutoring session works as a trial to ensure you're actually happy with the person coming over. If not, feel free to try someone else - getting the right fit is crucial. The cost structure is based on a simple hourly rate with no additional fees or minimum requirements of any sort.

Just fill in the form or give us a call at 1300 312 354 & we'll organise a trial lesson for your child. Ezy!

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Asking how they are finding school. Not just in terms of grades, but in terms of the other aspects of school life, such as social life, extra-curricular activities, etc. My strengths as a tutor would be patience and understanding. If a student was having difficulty in understanding a topic for example, I would try to find the root of the problem…

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For me, the most important thing a tutor must have is a passion for the subject they teach. As someone who only just finished school I know all to well of the disheartening feeling a student gets when their eagerly asked question gets unenthusiastically batted away by a disinterested teacher. It is the teachers who test themselves to provide…

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Patience and a willingness to provide the support a student needs is incredibly important. A student wants to feel like they can get assistance and it's the tutors job to be there to give them that assistance so a strong connection can be built. I am dedicated to ensure that the students I teach get the help they are looking for. Every student…

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Just being patient and understanding, giving time and attention with younger kids and respect with older ones. I think that's the best way to help them. I am quite patient so when a student finds it difficult, then I am willing to sit down and spend a lot of time on something until they get it. I am also good at showing multiple ways to solve each…

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Maximize their potential for learning and increase their awareness of their own strengths by creating a conducive learning environment (i.e. strength-based approach, encouragement, inquiry-based learning, one-on-one teaching and learning). All these would allow students to gain better understanding of the subjects or theories in a more in-depth…

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The most important things that a tutor can do for a student:
1. Eliminate the weaknesses in areas they are uncomfortable.
2. Enhance their strength and motivate them to do well in school.
3. Inspire them to learn more and gain knowledge. After having a teaching experience for over 2 years, I will say one of my great skills is problem-solving.…

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- A tutor can share his/her knowledge and tricks to learning, grasping new concepts
- Share their own experience which will help the student relate easily and feel comforted
- Motivate the students to become something in life and the importance of education. - Very well qualified along with sound professional experience
- Resilient and patient…

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To make the student feel safe to fail, so that they are comfortable making as many attempts as it takes to finally understand and be competent with a topic. Also to instil confidence in their own ability to improve and become capable at what they practise. I am patient and can appreciate the frustration of not understanding an idea, which enables…

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I can help other students achieve success in mathematics subjects through understanding the thought process and underlying logic of mathematics. I majored in mathematics at university with several Distinctions and was accepted into Melbourne University for a Master in Statistics based on my university results. My strengths are in mathematical…

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Building confidence in a student is the most important thing a student needs. Sometimes all a person need is a little bit of support to feel confident. For most students, lack of confidence is a huge issue. Breaking complex concepts and structures down into coherent, concise pieces is the first step. Once the student starts to understand the small…

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Inspire them about how to think about the question and maybe, the world in a logical and rational way. As one of my lecturer once told me, "what I can teach you is not the knowledge itself, but the problem solving skills you learnt from this course". I am energetic in teaching maths and, particularly, in the interesting parts about Maths. E.g. we…

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showing patience and love, teaching students to form their own way of study and passion for study, so that they can gain progress for a longer time even without teachers or parents' supervision. I got great score when I was a student and I think I have some techniques to share with my students to help them get good score. And I completed my…

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A tutor should simplify everything for easy learning and provide effective ways to tackle maths problems. I am very patient and motivates my students to work. I always make my students understand the beauty of…

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Making the student feel like they better understand the content and have made an improvement in the subject. Also, be available for them to ask me any questions they might have. I recently graduated high school so I can clearly remember the content, especially in further maths and legal studies (having undertaken the subject twice). I believe my…

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A tutor should always strive to cater to the students needs. Many students have different aspirations, attitudes and interests. A tutor should be able to analyse the situation and adjust his/her teaching methods accordingly. I am passionate, energetic, motivated and organised. I always prepare the content required, a day before each students…

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I think a good tutor needs to be patient with the student. There are times that the teaching process does not go as smoothly as planned but listening helps better understand the student as well as his point of view. I have my own teaching plan and note for every student. I find myself good at spotting main points that student should focus on and…

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I consider the most important things a tutor can do for a student is be approachable and friendly most importantly reliable. Reliable in the way that the student can have the confidence in his/her tutor to help them achieve what they desire. I am very approachable and easy to talk to. Due to my deep knowledge and interest in maths I am able to…

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Professional attitude, patience, caring and catering for the holistic development of the child My strengths are my patience, my up to date attitude, my differentiated teaching strategies and my open mindedness over life long…

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A tutor can develop a passion of learning in a student so that a student can learn and grow even when the teacher is with the student or not. Its similar to teach a person how to fish instead giving them fish to eat. If student learn how to learn on their own, how to solve problems, and what should be the approach to a problem then it is more than…

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Teaching is not just enough to pass one test, but also teaching them skills and attitudes that will help them to succeed in the future. It is very important for me to give the interest in learning, which would be the engine of their self-study. Also, I need to teach them learning skills like how to study in a better and efficient way. I hope my…

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To help them build interest in a subject. Teaching to one's strengths and minimizing their weaknesses. Having effective communication with the student for success. I am very patient so I would explain the same concept again and again until they understand it. I am creative and enthusiastic about teaching so I would tutor each individual kid in a…

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As I have stated earlier, I value the most important role of any tutor to be ensuring a student's deep understanding of concepts, as from my own experience this is invaluable to their success. Also important as a tutor is making sure the student is keeping up with the rest of the class, as the majority of their learning is still in the classroom,…

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What is most important is to be able to cultivate self-confidence within the student when it comes to facing questions and tasks on their own; to let them believe they can face any challenge without fear or trepidation. Being able to get across difficult and abstract concepts in a way that is clear and easy to understand for the…

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Provide a general enthusiasm for the topic at hand. Assist the student not only have knowledge of a topic but a true understanding. Ensure the student has confidence in the tutors understanding of a subject. Be prepared and organised for each session, have a clear outline of objectives. General enthusiasm about topics and love of learning new…