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A-level Maths

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van Aubel's Theorem

This is one of the cutest pieces of geometry I know.  It has all the right ingredients, simple...
Key Stage 1 Maths

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Confidence is Key for Maths

By far the most useful thing for young children to have when starting to learn maths is...
Key Stage 2 Maths

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You Have It In You

I was 14 when I learnt to enjoy mathematics.  Before that I simply did maths; I worked through...
GCSE Maths

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Checking Basic Skills of GCSE Students

Elements of mathematical skill and knowledge are like bricks in a wall that is being built...

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  • Ian Edmond Hove, BN3

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    PLESAE NOTE: I am currently too busy to take on new students. Please check back later to see if this has changed. Mathematics and Physics are my hobby as well as my job - let me share the enthusiasm with you!
  • Gordon Robb Buckingham, MK18 Gold Member

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    I am a qualified and experienced maths tutor, bringing exam success, increased confidence and, not least, enjoyment of the subject to all my students. See my linked YouTube video for more information.
  • Chris Downing Cullompton, EX15 Gold Member

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    The tuition that I offer is very traditional. The aim is to go back to the basics until the student understands a topic in full, then practise and review to gain confidence. Then the student will progress.
  • Ada Learn Raynes Park, SW19

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    If your needs to improve your Maths, I am sure I can help. I will work to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and give you the skills to approach Maths problems with confidence and improve exam technique.
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    I have experience working with children of all abilities. I have acquired various teaching strategies over the years which has increased my ability to help children raise their self esteem and confidence levels in order to progress.
  • Samuelzul Bishop's Stortford, CM23 Gold Member

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    I am an Education Masters Graduate, Physics graduate and qualified teacher with 3 years’ experience in a variety of schools, and 2 years' tutoring experience with a proven ability to teach a range of ages and abilities.
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Maths Articles

  • Supreme amongst the laws of Physics

    Armin University Maths Tutor (Nottingham) Picture The law that entropy increases The Second Law of Thermodynamics holds, "I think, the supreme position among the laws of Nature. If someone points out to you that your pet theory of the universe is in disagreement with Maxwell's equations, then so much the worse for Maxwell's equations. If it is...
  • Ways Of Getting Help With A Maths Problem

    Amrita Dodd GCSE Maths Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Brain Book Buddy Boss You might have heard of this catchy phrase that teachers sometimes use in school. It relates to how to help yourself through a Maths problem or revision. Often in the classroom there is only one teacher and over 30 pupils, several of whom might be finding the topic...
  • Summer Slump: What is it and how do I avoid it? Editor's Pick

    Natasha Twine Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (South West London) Picture As a parent you may well be familiar with the term Summer Slump; it refers to the loss of knowledge that often takes place in school children during the 6-8 weeks they spend on holiday during the summer months. While many parents are of the understandable opinion that the summer is a time for...

 

  • How Individual Maths Tuition Helps Children

    Linzi Henry GCSE Maths Tutor (Sheffield) Picture The way maths is taught in schools can leave many young people feeling bewildered and overwhelmed by the amount of methods and facts they have to learn. Once a child's confidence or enthusiasm begins to dwindle it can be very difficult to keep up with the volume of work being expected of...
  • 5 Effective Approaches To Maths Teaching

    Farzana GCSE Maths Tutor (Enfield) Picture Everyone responds to humourChildren learn and remember so much more when they laugh during a lesson. No one likes to reveal what they find difficult or challenging in life so humour is essential in making someone feel comfortable in opening up to the specifics with willingness and ease. And...
  • Maths Tutoring Is Needed

    Armin GCSE Maths Tutor (Nottingham) Picture In recent years, there has been a great emphasis on the problem-solving and mathematical reasoning in GCSE maths assessments. The volume of the material has also increased with harder topics introduced. Although I admire School teachers for their hard work and tenacity with a very busy...