Rainier, tutor in Saint Andrews, NSW

Rainier - Maths Tutor in Saint Andrews

Tutoring in Saint Andrews
and other surrounding suburbs EAGLE VALE, ESCHOL PARK, WOODBINE, CLAYMORE, LEUMEAH,

Tutoring students in

  • grade 1
  • grade 2
  • grade 3
  • grade 4
  • grade 5
  • grade 6
  • grade 7
  • grade 8
  • grade 9
  • grade 10
  • grade 11
  • grade 12

What do I enjoy most about tutoring?

1. The bond that is created between mentor and student, which can help enhance the learning experience, not only for the student but for the teacher as well. 2. The feeling of satisfaction and value one feels when a student has a moment of clarity, and where all the torment and struggle of a particularly tricky or difficult concept is finally put to rest. 3. Ultimately, outcomes and results, no matter how small. Whether it's the student topping the class or simply lifting them from a D student to a C or B student. It all depends on what is best for them!

My Strengths as Tutor

1. Being able to create that bond, in which the student feels confident and reassured that their mentor can help and assistant them in a way that does not invite judgement to their current abilities. 2. Explaining otherwise difficult concepts in a succinct and easy-to-understand way, such that they are given the confidence to tackle similarly challenging tasks ahead. 3. Delivering a highly individualised programme that caters to the student's needs and abilities. Being quite flexible and adaptable to their goals and interests help us both reach their full potential. 4. Proven results and past experiences which have shaped my teaching practice. There have been countless times in the past where a student of mine has come, gleefully, to me, exclaiming that they have topped their class or received 100% on their maths test. 5. Specialities include: English and Maths K-10, HSC English Advanced, HSC English Extension 1 and 2, HSC Mathematics, HSC Economics, HSC Visual Arts

Most important things I can do for a student

The most important thing I can do is give the student a sense of worth, a sense of confidence and the reassurance of their own resilience. In the future, my student may or may not forget the content of my teaching but they will certainly remember the study habits and the instilled frame of mind to which they approach learning. For mine, it is of utmost importance to provide this idea of not only academic independence but personal independence, responsibility, and accountability.