Private maths tutors that come to you

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our...

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our goal is to help you achieve your goal and we do this by finding you a tutor who is a good fit for your specific needs!

There are 30 screened and compentent maths tutors in Kinross, WA - ready to help! No booking costs, no cancellation fees, no contracts, and no minimum hours required + the first hour is a trial to make sure you like your tutor!

Interested? We need to understand your child's needs first. Compelte the enquiry form below & we'll reach out, or, call us on 1300 312 354.

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A tutor provides support as well as motivation for a student. Private and personal assistance in any academic related problems. I am patience, enthusiastic and hard working. I promise to persevere in any challenge I am faced with. I am a reliable and…

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I consider an improvement in confidence incredibly significant to a child's attitude to learning. If a student is confident in their abilities to learn a subject, then they will be more likely to put effort into correcting their mistakes. This confidence and ability to recognise improvement will directly and positively affect the student's self…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to create a safe, interesting and motivating learning environment. I will encourage students to construct their own learning in an environment that stimulates and helps students to realise their full potential. I think it is also important for teachers to exercise patients and…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is be patient and listen to what they aren't understanding. Also to be able to identify that is a student isn't understanding a concept then the tutor needs to be able to recognise this and try to explain it to them in a different way. I think my strengths as a tutor are that I am a very…

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Most important thing would be to know what the goal of the student is and help them and support them in achieving their goal in a friendly environment. A tutor should be able to offer many different explanations so that the student has a better chance of understanding a particular concept. Most important is to make the student feel at ease and be…

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I believe a tutor can have a profound impact on someone else's life, as many students are capable of overcoming difficulties in what they are learning but simply lack the confidence to do so. Tutoring is not only about teaching others a subject, but instilling a confidence in them so that they believe in their own abilities which will help them…

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Giving the student the self-confidence and self-esteem that they can accomplish their work and work out the solutions to problems, with guidance.
A lot of students are under stress these days, and if I can help to allievate their stress a little, that would make me feel like I have also accomplished something important. My strengths would be…

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Learn and teach at the student's pace. Patience, and providing a safe and accountable learning…

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I believe that it is key that you understand how a student is thinking and how the individual's mind perceives things such as their surroundings or just problems in general. This way you are able to connect with them in a more effective manner which will therefore increase the bond of the relationship and also as a tutor, pose a greater influence…

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Listen; I find that in a school environment some students don't reach their potential as they are too afraid to address their misconceptions. This is much more comfortable on a smaller teaching ratio and as soon as students feel able to talk about their misconceptions they sore in ability and confidence. I am good and explaining things in a…

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Increase their confidence, reduce any anxiety they have about maths
Provide new and interesting ways of solving problems
Helping them relate what they're doing to the real world (for example, even if it is not something they will be doing in the future, learning how to reason and problem solve will always be valuable to them)
Cater to different…

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Putting all their effort into the student, and making sure they are your number one priority. Also being respectful towards the students, making them feel comfortable towards you. I am a good communicator, I am quite young so I'll be able to engage with most of the students better than someone older, I have fresh knowledge only just coming out of…

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Having a good relationship with students can affect the way they learn and also their attitudes towards education, so creating a bond where we can trust each other would be very important to me. I have lots of patients with students. I understand that all students can be at different levels academically and even socially. Having a good…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is develop problem solving skills and to help them to make connections in their own mind, leading to greater retention in the long term. A tutorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s end goal shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be to teach a student how to work out a specific problem, it should be to get the student to a…

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Students spend a major part of a day in school. Many children are unable to get the most of it due to time-constraints and lack of individual attention in a class. However, there are a few students who maintain attention and focus in a classroom environment. Reason is they are more prepared than the rest. If a child follows what is happening in…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is help the student realize and reach their potential and recognize their own capabilities and intelligence. I am very patient in my approach to teaching.
I am polite, punctual and very enthusiastic.
I find it easy to communicate with my students and find exactly what they might be struggling with and…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is give them the tools as well as the confidence they need to excel in their subject and eventually be able to independently tackle problems on their own. -I am friendly and since I am young I can relate to teenagers
-Well versed in maths and English
-I'm enthusiastic and a great motivator…

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Support the student and ensure that the student enjoys the experience and wishes to learn more. My strength would be that i am patient and would go full lengths to ensure the student gains the skills…

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To ensure the student receives the necessary attention, time and guidance to achieve their potential, e.g if one program doesn't work, being able to quickly adapt to a different approach to meet the children requirements and potential should be considered quickly and implemented time effectively Attention to detail, developing strong/committing…

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The most important thing that a tutor can do for a student is to help them see the subject in the light that they do and nurture their interest in it. Failure in getting the concepts also leads to fear and that's where a tutor has to support the student , to prevent them from losing confidence in themselves. My biggest strength as a tutor is my…

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some should require more creativity. It is of course a mistake to drill students with boring problems until they hate the subject, but it is also a mistake to let them do "interesting" or "discovery based" math all the time, and not make them practice the techniques they discover.
One can first get students to solve them with other techniques…

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I believe the most important thing is for the tutor to explain content in a way that fits the needs for the learner, and to be extremely patient with the student. the tutor should make the student feel comfortable, and that the learning is taking place within a safe space. patience with students
Explaining concepts in various ways to fit the…

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Encourage them and keep them motivated and on track, and help them learn in a way that's comfortable and easy for them, so that they can achieve the grades they want to achieve and understand the content. I'm understanding and patient and I love to help, and I've been told that I have a good approach to explaining…