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 53 screened and compentent maths tutors in Redwood Park, SA - 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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Most importantly, a tutor can foster self-confidence and self-reliance in a student. This ensures that student are believe in their own capacity to achieve and excel, which ultimately is at the corner stone of a great education. My strengths are my patience and communication skills. Having previously mentored and tutored younger siblings and…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to make a student enjoy the subject that they are teaching. This will give the students a bigger incentive to try and learn the subject for their self, as well as have more fun and eagerness in learning the subject. I try and cater more towards the things that my students are not as good at,…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Provide the extra attention to ensure that the student feels more comfortable with the subject(s) he/she struggles with. Show alternative ways to reach a solution so the student can choose which one he/she feels most comfortable with. When explaining a formula or method, I make sure each step is clear and I try to find a memory aid to assist in…

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I LOVE teaching and tutoring! I LOVE watching students grow and become more self-confident as students, readers, mathematicians, problem solvers, and people. Everyone needs to know that someone believes in them. My students know that I believe in them, today, tomorrow, and always We all learn differently, in different ways, and at different…

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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 be able to to adapt to difference in teaching between schools. For example Mathematical processes and notation can vary slightly between schools and teachers, and being able to encounter these differences and still teach effectively is paramount. I Believe my main strength is being able to…

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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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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is make them believe that no matter the circumstances they are in, they can achieve anything they desire. I think my main strength as a tutor is my patience when dealing with students and people in general. Moreover, I am able to dedicate myself fully to learn in order to teach others, should I…

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Offer the tools for them to solve the problem themself. Give them the understanding and knowledge to get to the answer rather than just giving them the answer. My strength might be my enthusiasm for the subject and a weakness might be that I loose track of time and might spend too long focusing on one area without allowing time to work on other…

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Give them confidence in their own abilities, particularly if they are having trouble in a particular area, for example Maths. Some of my strengths are that I work well with children and tend to be able to build a good rapport with them. I also have a strong sense of empathy for others which will help me to relate to the students and see issues…

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I feel like a tutor has the responsibility that student should never be sacred to ask any question he or she might have lingering in their head as that leads to more confusion and hence bad results. My strength as a tutor would be my different approaches towards teaching maths. I can modify my teaching technique depending upon how the student…

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I believe the most important thing which a tutor can do for a student is not only teach them what they need to know but teach them the skills which they need to succeed on their own. I believe this because although a tutor can help with their learning, they can't be there every single step of the way, especially after high school. These skills…

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To help the student learn and understand the material. Provide support when they are having a tough time learning and understanding. Hopefully these things lead to an increase in confidence with the work. Strengths - It was not all that long ago when I was doing maths subjects at high school and university and had to deal with being under…

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Understanding the stident, figure out what is the best possible way for a particular student to learn. My age is my strength i believe as mentioned above. Also my passon for maths is going to be on of my strengths. the only weeknes i can think of is experience. Since this is the first time I am doing this kind of job, it may be bit hard for me but…

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Most important thing i think, from a students perspective, as i am a student my self, would be not to overcomplicate things. Tutors who over complicate simple math conceps just confuse and scare the student more. A simple approach is much more helpful I think as a tutor my strenght would be patiences. Weaknesses would be forgetting then names of…

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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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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is to be prepared for each session, including having a strong grasp of the content, being able to answer and explain each of the questions the student has. Having the ability to transfer the knowledge the tutor has to the student in a way that is easy to understand and is also correct is…

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TO GET THE STUDENT CURIOUS ABOUT WHAT THE FORMULAS AND THEOREMS ARE REALLY ABOUT SO THAT THEY'LL WANT TO UNDERSTAND THEM. STRENGHS: I HAVE A STRONG FOUNDATION IN THE SUBJECT AND AM VERY PASSIONATE ABOUT IT. WEAKNESS: I HAVE LIMITED EXPERIENCE TUTORING (HAVING ONLY TUTORED ONE…

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Genuinely have concern for the student's education. Strength: 4 years of experience in teaching math, strong communication skills, able to express ideas and concepts in a clear manner, work well with youth.
Weaknesses:…

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If a student does not understand anything explain the material as best he/she can.
If the student has had a hard time at school or on social media just be there to listen to he/she and up to the tutor's discretion how to act on that knowledge, e.g. inform the parents if the student has said not too, inform the school, their teacher, tutor to seek…

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Give the student confidence in themselves that they can do it. Without confidence, a student cannot make significant improvements as they don't believe in themselves and thus, won't put effort into their learning. Also, to have a student-tutor relationship that entails the tutor does not hold the position like that of a school teacher but still…

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1) tutor can do some extra time to weak students.
2) tutor can interact with students as their friends to maintain their comfort levels
3) tutor can try to engage students by various teaching ideas such as through speeches or through any act related to topic etc. as a tutor, my strength is to teach the student by going to their levels.…

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Have patience, sit with them and work with them to not give up on the problem. Providing encouragement and esteem to their student and making sure the student knows you have full belief in their abilities. Also providing them with the tools, such as quality questioning and example but essentially making sure it is the student doing the work.…