Private maths tutors that come to you

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Davoren Park, SA you came to the right place! We have 16 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams....

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Davoren Park, SA you came to the right place!

We have 16 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams. That's why we offer a tailored solution centered around your specifc needs.

So, how does it work? The tutor will come to any location around Davoren Park or the surrounding suburbs at a time and day that works for you. The first hour works as a trial just to make sure you're happy with your tutor. If you're not happy we won't charge you and will organise someone else for you to have a trial with.

As our name suggests @ Ezy Math Tutoring we want to keep things easy for you. That's why we offer simple hourly rates. There are no contracts, booking fees, minimum tutoring requirements or cancellation costs. Simple!

Since 2011 we have helped thousands of students all over Australia. You can check out some of our success stories here. We hope to have the priviledge of helping your child too. To take your first step complete the enquiry for to speak with one of our consultants or just call us @ 1300 312 354

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Being able to help a student achieve future problems on their own by helping them understand how to do a problem rather than just providing the solution is one of the most important things I consider a tutor can do for a student. I also think it's important to be prepared to help them with their topics by preparing first myself. I believe my…

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Encouraging and patient when explaining concepts to students. Tutors need to provide encouragement as this will build both motivation within the student to do well in a subject, and increase their overall confidence in a difficult topic. I believe setting achievable goals is also an important thing a tutor can do. Patience is also critical, as…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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I think the most important things a tutor can do for a student is to recognise where the student is struggling and then to work with them to improve. They are able to reinforce concepts, skills and show the students that they are capable and can achieve great results with a little bit of effort. What I think my strengths are as a tutor is I am…

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Help the student gain confidence. Make the base strong so that the student is able to understand even the most difficult concepts by themselves at later stage. My teaching strategy is student centered. I plan out my lessons well in advance. Prepare the solutions for all the questions the child could come up with.I am gifted with lots of patience.…

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Help them gain a complete understanding of the subject. This then allows them to carry through their knowledge and skills learnt, to other areas of their life or schooling. I have an effective understanding of the subject and due to this I can help the explain the concepts in a variety of different ways, specifying the core ideas of the concept.…

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Giving the student a different experience to school, and showing them that the education experience isn't only limited to school and that high level education goes beyond what you are taught at school and university Being able to work may way through to any topic by breaking it down and working our way into the topic (filling any gaps of knowledge…

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Set high expectations for my student and encourage them to get where they want to in life. >Optimistic attitude
>My thirst for learning - this means I will be always be looking for better ways of teaching my student and I'll keep up to date with the subject that I'm teaching…

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I consider that the most important things a tutor can do for the student are
- to give the student confidence in the subject (in this case mathematics)
- to make the learning process motivating and enjoyable
- to develop reasoning and critical thinking
- to make the student see the applicability of the learning. I am familiar with a variety of…

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For high school students, I find that the most important thing a tutor can do is to build a student's confidence in their own abilities. More often than not, I hear student's say that they don't know what they're doing, which can hold them back from trying their best. It's a fact of psychology that people tend to sabotage their own efforts when…

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The best things that a mentor can give his/her students are life long skills and strategies. Academic knowledge is one thing however being able to know how to handle other different learning problem is something that the students can take with them for a long time (eg; time management, self discipline, problem solving skills) I believe my…

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The most important thing is give a student confidence in their own abilities. Without confidence, a student will continue to doubt themselves and struggle whether you are guiding them in their learning or not. I am compassionate, good at explaining things in multiple ways, and creative. I believe that to be a tutor you have to be creative, as the…

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Promote self confidence through support and encouragement in the student so that ideally they become a self sufficient learner.
Provide passion about the subject and demonstrate the exciting things that can be done with those skills
Identify the student's strengths and weaknesses and identify ways to leverage and overcome them.
Teach good study…

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A tutor not only has to teach and assist, but has to provide a student with the confidence that he or she is capable of performing work to a high standard on their own. I believe my biggest strengths, as evident by my high school grades, are my highly developed mathematical and english skills. My main weakness would be holding a student to a…

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The most important thing I can do as a tutor for a student is to help them acquire the understanding to see what is required of them in order to complete a problem or to complete a piece of work. I am able to explain what a student is not able to understand in a simple manner and provide examples so the student is able to grasp concepts…

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"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish [and give him a rod] and you feed him for a lifetime."
I think the most important thing that I can do for a student is to provide them with understanding and tools to solve their own problems. I have a deep understanding of mathematical concepts (as I am completing an Advanced…

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I believe that as a tutor is to help students to believe in themselves. As we help them and guide them through different questions and explaining different concepts and doing exercises, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s important to also remind the student once they get a question correct to acknowledge that they have done it and push for them to keep going.…