Private maths tutors that come to you

Everybody knows that Maths is supposed to be difficult. It requires thinking in a logical and structured manner and those worded problems, they're super hard! The thing is that it's all about having the right approach. Every student learns best in their own specific way but at school there is a one-size-fits-all approach. Some students fall behind, others just can't seem to achieve the success they want. What's the remedy? Private 1-on-1 home tutoring is certainly one workable...

Everybody knows that Maths is supposed to be difficult. It requires thinking in a logical and structured manner and those worded problems, they're super hard! The thing is that it's all about having the right approach. Every student learns best in their own specific way but at school there is a one-size-fits-all approach. Some students fall behind, others just can't seem to achieve the success they want. What's the remedy? Private 1-on-1 home tutoring is certainly one workable solution. It's a tailored approach that you can customize to your specific needs whatever they may be.

We have a great team of 70 maths tutors in Salisbury East, SA who would love to help your child. The tutors come to you at a time and day that you specify. Home tuition is such a personal experience - you really need to get the right fit, that's why your first hour works as a trial, no obligation from you. To make things terrifically easy, we offer a flat hourly rate - no booking fees, minimum hours, cancellation charges or anything like that. Just use what you need.

Interested? Chat with us on 1300 312 354 - explain what you need and we'll organise a trial lesson for you.

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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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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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A bird learns to fly own its own.similarly the one important aspect in tutoring is that the students understand the basics and develop ideas of their own.Methods to solve a problem differ from person to person so a tutor can help them with the basics and methods.But at the end of the day the student must learn effectively.A successful tutor can do…

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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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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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Help them to get ahead if they are behind in their work.
Help them to gain confidence without the pressure they may feel in a classroom.
Give the students some motivation and accountability for their work. Patience and being able to break questions down so that students have a conceptual understanding of the material. I am able to help students…

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Making sure the tutor knows the material, as well as able to respect and be patient with the student as they will not be able to figure out the problem the first few tries. I am able to explain things very well especially with math. I am also very patient and approachable. My adaptability is also my strength as I know every student is going to be…

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I strongly believe a tutor has a responsibility to build a safe environment where students feel safe to make mistakes while learning. I also feel a tutor needs to understand that people have different learning styles, and therefore should be able to adopt their teaching methods to meet the students need. I have a practical learning approach, which…

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The most important things a tutor can do is to tailor their lessons to suit their individual students as every student learns differently and has different learning needs. It is also important that the tutor has knowledge on the curriculum that the student is being taught at school so they can align what they teach what the student is learning at…

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to make sure the student understands how an equation or answer works, instead of just parroting/brute forcing a specific question with no idea how to tackle similar questions. combining an understanding of the material with an understanding of the applications beyond the material, allowing me to point out, that yes, a given piece of mathematics…

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The most important thing is that you have to get the required skill on the aspect you are mentoring. In addition, you also have to get the command of conveying knowledge to the students As a tutor, it is not only that you can share your knowledge with other people, you can also learn some other things/ creative things from mentees for the same…

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The responsibility of the tutor is to have a duty of care towards his/her student in such a way the student should be satisfied with the way the tutor had helped them and is comfortable with him/her at the end of the day. I am very good at communicating and helping others understand a problem from ground level. I speak 3 different languages…

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Be patient with them when they're learning. Allow themselves to be open to questions and concerns the student may have, but most of all, support them with their studies. I am very: understanding, empathetic, patient and willing to go about different ways in order for the student to fully grasp the content. I know students learn in a variety of…

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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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Make the student feel comfortable to ask questions and understand the learning style of each student to personalise the learning experience and manage the difficulty curve in the content. Patience and clear explanation and using real world examples to convey the message. Friendliness to make the student comfortable to and ask questions and engage…

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The student needs to feel comfortable not only with their tutor but also comfortable to have a go at their work without feeling anxious. It is important for a tutor to be able to relate to their student and be able to work alongside the student in order to help them reach their goals. I am a very approachable and kind person with great…

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Patience and being understandable. Having an open mind and be able to think from student's perspectives.
Good communication skills. Being encouraging and interesting, be able to turn learning process into an enjoyable experience.
Sufficient academic skills. I have enough communication skills for tutoring. (IETLS 8.0) During my two years in the…

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Tutor can help a child to reach his/ her goal.
Regular practice and followup for the child can help them.
Proper understanding of the content by reaching child's mind level. I enjoy hard work and helping others to find success. I want my students to experience meaningful, interesting learning that applies to their lives. I believe this can be…

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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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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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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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Help build their self confidence because if they are more confident in themselves then they can be more confident with their studies and will pick up and learn things fast. I am great at explaining things and also I try make sure it is as simple as possible. My effective communication skills is what I regard as greatest…

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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.…

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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…