Private maths tutors that come to you

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they...

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they need to know while helping them become an effective student, an empowered learner. That's our mission.

The service is available all over Australia including Upper Hermitage, SA. It's also super flexible. You can stop the tutoring any time and there are no hidden fees or charges, you pay a simple hourly rate and that's all. We also offer your first lesson as a trial so that you can give it a try risk-free. If you're not happy with your tutor we won't charge you and we'll even organise another tutor at no cost.

We've got 12 maths tutors in your vicinity around Upper Hermitage, SA. Give us a call so we can have a quick chat to understand your needs & organise a trial for you. Our phone number is 1300 312 354.

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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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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 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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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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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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Have patience and understanding. Not everybody understands maths as well as the next person, for osme people they could get it easily, but for others it could take a while. Having patience for a student is a great way to help them and also encouragement; is another very important thing that could be done for a student and hopefully a combination…

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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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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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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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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…