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 113 maths tutors in Holden Hill, SA 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 113 maths tutors in Holden Hill, SA 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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A tutor should get to know the student to learn the most appropriate method for learning, which are suitable for a particular student to achieve better results. I can adapt myself to every case, and select an approach that is depended on the studentÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s need and the particular difficulties he or she experiences.
I am able to…

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It is important to view each student as individuals because everyone has different way of learning. Therefore I believe that it is particularly crucial to have patience and try different methods of teaching if a particular explanation is difficult for the student. I try to understand things from the students' perspective. This is critical in…

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Make the students understand the problems so that they can solve the problems by themselves and utilise the knowledge later on. I am patient and persistent. During my practical demonstrations, if the students did not understand one way of explanation, I always tried to explain the problems from a different…

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i believe it is to make sure i understand the student's position and listen to what he/she needs/requires, try come up with strategies for the student to be able to teach himself and become confident in his/hers math skills. strengths would be, i am easy to get along with hence they will be more willing to ask questions
weaknesses would…

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To teach a student how to learn. I have studied and worked with multi-nationals and people from diverse backgrounds and levels of education. I have served in several leadership roles both as a student and as an engineer. I believe this gives me the people skills that i need as a tutor. With my experience as an engineering student I have used…

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Teaching students strategies that they can use in order to overcome the problems they face independently while fostering an enjoyment of the subject. I have experience in imparting knowledge and identifying weaknesses due to my coaching experience.
I am a relatively recent high school graduate who has kept in touch with the subjects studied by…

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I believe there are two vitally important things a tutor can do for a student. The first, and more obvious one, is enhanching the students ability in the chosen subject. This, I believe, can only be achieved through the second important thing, in building the students confidence in the ability they possess. I beleieve it is the role of the tutor…

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Teach the fundamentals and application of subjects especially in Mathematics teach the student in a way that they will be able to understand and solve any questions in their level, also making subjects interesting is very important specially in subjects like mathematics that are not very interesting by themselves .Knowledge and references…

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One of the most important roles of a tutor is to provide students with a framework of learning techniques and methods that will remain applicable in future areas of study. A tutor should also foster a love or appreciation of learning through active engagement with their pupils; this is by far the most important thing a tutor can do for a student.…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is make the student like the subject which the fear or hate the most. I think my biggest achievement as a tutor was when a student of mine struggling with Maths came to me and after attending my tuition for a year, she fell in love with the subject she feared the most. Hence, to be able to…

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I consider the most important things a tutor can do for a student is to provide the student with upmost confidence in their school academic environment so they can feel ready to undergo tests and assignments with self-assurance and achieve their best possible grades. I currently work as an assistant dance teacher teaching children ages 2-10 dance…

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To ensure the student has a full understanding with the work at hand so that they can achieve their full potential when they are at school to achieve a high grade. As a tutor, it would be my assessment of the student as a strength and a weakness as I like to have students achieve their best…

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One of the most important things I have realised over helping my friends in year 12 would be to walk through the question and not actually doing the question for the student. Sure you could do the question for them and they could get full marks for an assignment or whatever, but they would not understand the fundamentals lying behind the question…

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Listen and give encouragement/positive feedback, while addressing weaknesses.
Identifying where someone is going wrong and explaining this in a friendly and respectful manner.
Explaining why things are done and why they are done in a certain way/order. Patience. Knowledge.
The ability to explain ideas/concepts in simpler, different and relevant…

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Finding those teaching strategies that will benefit that individual student the most; always looking for new materials to help improve the student, giving encouragement and support and all times, listening to a student when he/she expresses any difficulties, being patient and considerate when teaching I think my stengths are being able to give…

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A tutor can build a student's life. Personally I remember each of the tutors I had growing up who made me a success today starting from my first year at school. They contribute in shaping up a student's life for the greater good. Being able to connect with students individually and try to understand strengths and weakness of them. This helps me…

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In the first instance the tutor needs to help them understand the work at hand and equip them with the knowledge and skills that are expected in that subject. The tutor should present the subject in an interesting way to engage the student and ensure the student experiences success to maintain their motivation. Over time, the student will then…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is providing the tools which will help the student achieve his academic goals. Patience is probably my greatest strength as a tutor. Also the fact that I attended an international school at a young age and was in a melting pot of cultures, languages and ideas; taught to me to have an open…

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Make sure they understand the concepts and theories to the best of their abilities to give them self confidence in those subjects. Also to show them the value of knowllege. Having a background of Mechanical engineering, I can easily provide examples of real world applications for maths and physics…

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To give students the belief and self-confidence that they can do anything with their lives. Ability to make learning fun and enjoyable, Ability to explain technical concepts in layman's…

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Provide a supportive learning environment
Instilling a deep understanding of the subject matter.
Help students understand the underlying mathematical principles, not just how to solve the specific problem they're working on. Friendly and encouraging
Clear communication of core concepts
Equipping students with the tools to solve problems…

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Not teach them a subject, but teach them to learn themselves. Finding practical ways for students to process complex or abstract…