Private maths tutors that come to you

Most parents appreciate that there is little more important than educating and enabling their children. This is one of our core values - Education Is Life! Whether your child needs a bit of help keeping up or wants to get an ATAR of 99.95, they'll need the right support to get there. There are 272 maths tutors in Clayton, VIC who can help with that - from problem solving to study habits. Check out hundreds of reviews below - these tutors do a great job.

Most parents appreciate that there is little more important than educating and enabling their children. This is one of our core values - Education Is Life! Whether your child needs a bit of help keeping up or wants to get an ATAR of 99.95, they'll need the right support to get there. There are 272 maths tutors in Clayton, VIC who can help with that - from problem solving to study habits. Check out hundreds of reviews below - these tutors do a great job.

Private tutoring is all about getting the right person who fits well with your child's unique needs and personality. That's where we come in. We'll put you in touch with a maths tutor and organise a trial lesson. If you don't like it, we won't charge you. And because we like to keep things simple, there are no booking fees, cancellation costs, minimum requirements, there's no nonsense. Just use what you need based on a simple hourly rate.

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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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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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Other than bringing the best out of a student in terms of subject knowledge, a tutor should be able to relate well with the student and help him/her develop an overall personality. A tutor should ignite a sense of purpose by which the student can make logical decisions in life. With a family of math professionals, topics about how math is inclined…

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In my experience, a motivated and resourceful student can prepare for a topic on their own by studying the theory and applying it to questions.
What tutoring uniquely offers is the ability to identify strengths and weaknesses early on and act as a filter, focusing on concepts and questions that rectify weaknesses. This saves a great deal of…

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A tutor always have to do everything for a student to make him/her achieve their goals by being very patient and can communicate well with the students and their parents, try to find what the students lacks in and try to help in those areas. I know it might sound dramatic but a tutor could make a student what they will be in the near future a good…

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Debug - Find and clarify the confusing parts in the subjects
Develop - Help student to develop their own efficient study method
Motivate - Make students aware what they can use the knowledge for - Using easy methods to deliver complex message
- Depth and width of using and applying knowledge
- Experience of how knowledge studied can be…

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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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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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Overall development of a student by teaching him not only academic subject but also values and soft skills which are helpful in all walks of life. Even the simplest qualities like punctuality, humility will help him/her for his lifetime. Adapting according to one's need,
Building a relation and rapport with the student along with maintaining…

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A trait I consider to be very important as a tutor is being a good leader. They should be very responsible for their actions, meaning that they will ensure each tutoring session is effective for the student. They should also be assertive, trustworthy and mindful, which helps them offer guidance to other students. Lastly, they should keep an open…

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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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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…

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The most important thing that a tutor can do is positively and kindly assist the student in learning new things and help them understand their work. In doing this, a tutor is giving the student tools for future success in life and helping them grow and develop in a positive manner. I believe that my good communication skills and patience will…

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The most important thing a tutor can do would be to understand the students, their learning style, depth of understanding of the subject and thus tailoring the course to their needs.
It is also of great importance if a student can be guided and taught by the tutor the thought process of solving the problem instead of simply being spoon-fed.…

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A tutor can help to build self-confidence among students. A tutor can motivate/ engage the students in their lesson by presenting/explaining the lesson in an interesting way. I am confident that my passion and experience are the qualities any parent are looking for a Tutor. I would love the opportunity to be a hardworking, passionate about a…

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A tutor must be able to tap in the student's hidden potential and help him understand . A tutor must have the correct energy and persistence to motivate the student to apply themselves and not give up. I am highly motivated and dedicated. I have strong communication and interpersonal skills. I am also reliable, punctual and friendly. I have a…

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Add value to their lives. Rapport building with the students to make him/ her comfortable so that he/ she opens…

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I believe that a tutor must be flexible and patient, as all students' needs are different. They have to be persistent and encouraging, and make sure that any success is emphasised and also improved upon. The tutor should not only help the student to understand their coursework, but also help them to implement their own study plans and methods, so…

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Always be as clear with them as possible, and be ready for whatever questions they might have for you.
Remember to always be challenging the student, but only a little bit at a time so they don't feel overwhelmed.
Also important is to make sure they celebrate when they make progress so that they don't have to wait until their next test or exam…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for her students is to understand and figure out their weaknesses and try to start with the basics to solve the problem. This will enhance the students' performance as well as build up their confidence and motivate them further towards studying. My strength as a tutor would be my determination, patience and…

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transformation and one-to-one correspondence
transformation is about how the tutor transforms "content knowledge into forms that are pedagogically powerful and adaptive to studentsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ abilities." (Shulman, 1992).
One to one correspondence is because tutoring is about catering the lesson to students' individual or groups' needs.…

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I would say a tutors' ultimate goal would be to get in sync with the way the student is taught in their respective schools, colleges or universities. Additionally, it is extremely important to make friends with the students, as this is necessary for proper engagement. I am not afraid to do some research when it comes to getting a student to…