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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 471 maths tutors in Eveleigh, NSW. 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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Giving the student a passion and relative understanding for what they're studying. I'm fantastic at teaching kids of all strengths. My technique is finding the most simple and universal ways of communicating ideas across to whoever I am teaching. Frankly my goal in life is to use reason and teaching to overcome mental ills that are currently…

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- Check up on their progress, ensure they are comfortable and make sure they confirm that they understand what you are saying. The latter is very important so as to be absolutely sure you are engaging at their level and they are very well comprehending all that you are teaching.
- Develop friendly relationships with the children and set out a…

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it is ver important to repeat the context in new ways which are unclear until its understandable for the student and mostly a tutor should be able to share there knowledge in such a maaner that the student would never forget the lesson learned in a particular day. My current strength as a tutor would be that I am a tutor who is also a student in…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is that the tutor is willing to develop with the students at the same time, for example, developing new ways of explaining questions or concepts and be able to change their pace or ways of teaching to accommodate the students' learning needs. The tutor would not give up and would try again and…

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Finding out whether a student is a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner is important. By discovering how the student learns best, I believe he will be able to reach his true potential. To do this, a tutor must be malleable in his teaching methods and communication. Furthermore, it is crucial that the tutor and student create a bond that reaches…

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I believe that as a tutor, one of the most important things is to properly guide a student's growth by making the workplace enjoyable and fun. That way, the student is willing to learn new concepts, thus fostering a sense of improvement. I like to apply a variety of different methods of teaching to a student. For example, if a student does not…

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Give insight and experience to tackle questions and exam conditions Communication, Clarification, Organisation, detailed…

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Help each children succeed their own goals (we would need to ask them what their goal is at first) Ability to establish a rapport with…

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Provide a means (through explanations and guidance) for students to develop their understanding and skills to an extent which they couldn't without your guidance. My insight into the fundamentals of how certain concepts work (rather than a rote learnt understanding) which allow me to explain them more thoroughly and answer more challenging…

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Help struggling students gain confidence and strengthen there abilities. Help the student begin to enjoy there studies more and become a mentor for that person. I am a good communicator which allows me to help students grasp new or difficult concepts and to understands particular processes. Particularly in math, one of my strengths, I am able to…

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At a minimum, a tutor should help the student achieve their own personal goal. However, if possible, a tutor should also encourage the student to achieve higher, challenging them to exceed their own expectations. As a tutor, I am extremely capable of explaining concepts to a student. Because every student may have their own preferred teaching…

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Provide support, clear direction and listen to a student's needs. Clarity, patience and…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to develop their skills to a high level or a level higher than what is was prior to tutoring - essentially to boost their competence and confidence for the subject area they are being tutored for.
Another objective includes motivating the student to enjoy maths (or any other subject) beyond…

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develop confidence in the student which further motivates to succeed in the subject I can identify the child's weak points and can make him/her excel in that…

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Being able to help the student figure out the process to the solution within the specific area as well as simplifying it. E.g. Within Mechanics in 4U, it can be quite daunting the amount of integration in combination of the context of it but if you break it up into separate parts such that you are essentially doing integration again, it makes…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is teaching the student to love the subject. There will be no point into tutoring if the student will grow and hate a certain subject, eventually dropping the subject later on in their life. I believe my biggest strength is building a strong connection with my student. A student will not take interest in…

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One of the most important things for a tutor to do is to inspire their student and give them the satisfaction of completing a question / essay rather than to write it for them or do it yourself. Making sure they are the one doing the learning and thinking is the most important thing. Friendly and really supportive when it comes to slowly going…

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I think it is important to show how different problems are related to one another and thus create a network of interconnected ideas rather than having a number of discrete, unrelated ideas. I believe this help reduce the intimidation factor of learning maths as it both improves understanding and reduces the cognitive load by reducing the effective…

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Make a difference in a student's confidence Academic…

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Encouraging and motivating students to keep on task and do well. Explain complicated concepts and work through problems for better understanding. Explains concepts…

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I feel one of the, if not the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is establish a sense of belief. If a student doesn't believe in their own ability and lacks confidence, then it is much harder for them to learn and more importantly it isn't enjoyable and rewarding. If a student believes in their ability then they are very likely to…

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I think a good tutor needs to first and foremost be able to understand the level of their student in order to help them improve. I also think that being able to re-explain mathematical theories and concepts in alternative ways is essential in helping students to fully comprehend the subject. I feel patience is key, but a good tutor also needs to…