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A-Level Maths Tuition
Our top provider is Air Maths Tutition.
e are ultra student-focused and have our very own Learning Management System called ‘Student dashboards’. They are very user-friendly and give our students unlimited access to a wide range of online and offline resources including:
- Live tutorials
- Recorded videos of previous lessons
- Homework with feedback from the tutor
- Weekly lesson reviews
- Course calendars
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These can all be accessed via PC or tablet or phone. We offer these services all at extremely affordable rates!
Air Maths Tuition
In past years, we have found a real passion and expertise teaching A-level, IB and Foundation Mathematics online in small groups (of about 6-8) predominantly in the UK. We have developed what we feel is the right formula for success and feedback from both students and parents have been exceptional. More recently, technology has enabled us to expand our global reach and we’ve now started to help more students in UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
Academy division – Due to higher demand, we run our Edexcel, OCR and AQA courses as an online academy where we follow a strict calendar schedule that has specifically been created to mirror each respective course curriculum.
Bespoke division – Separate to our online academy, we offer IB Diploma and Foundation Mathematics as a more bespoke tutoring service. These lessons are structured similar to the academy, but the order in which we teach certain topics are determined by the students.
A-level Maths Tutors
Air Maths Tuition Mission & Motivation
Our mission is to help students globally to achieve excellence in Mathematics and education by constantly adapting our teaching methods and tools to increase engagement and interaction.
With the new linear courses introduced in 2017 by Edexcel, OCR, and AQA, it’s probably fair to say that many students have found it harder to adapt to these changes. More students are asking for help with major topics such as integration, projectiles, hypothesis testing, vectors etc.
Gaining a holistic understanding has probably been the biggest challenge for students. As a result, we’ve seen a drastic decline in student performance, with the number of A’s and A*s in June 2019 Maths exams falling to a 12 year low. Students need what I like to call a ‘cross-sectional knowledge’ to do well in these exams.
A-level Maths Tutors – What’s your Style?
Very unique in our opinion. We teach with the ‘topic of the day’ in one hand and the course specification in the other. This means that we’re always working in line with each respective examining body, focusing on specifics of what examiners are looking for.
Exposure is an integral part of our teaching principles and we spend a lot of time on examples, helping students to recognise and answer different types of questions. We also constantly draw parallels between different topics which helps to gain a more holistic understanding.
Online A-level Tuition
Our lessons are like normal school lessons, but online. We meet each school day for an hour, on a leading web-based conferencing platform called Zoom. It’s very reliable, user-friendly and more and more tutors are using it to teach students online mathematics. Students are welcome to attend these tutorials as much as possible, but we recommend 2-3 hours per week. You need to bring your normal stationary, including a calculator, stylus, headset and need a reliable internet connection.
A-level Maths Tuition – What happens during the lesson
During the lesson, our students are part of a highly focused and interactive environment, where we encourage students to ask the tutor questions and collaborate ideas in small groups with their like-minded colleagues. Giving students the chance to ask questions anonymously, take part in polls and interact with each other (if they choose to) keeps them very engaged. We think they love it!
The best thing is that we all have the same goal, which is to succeed.
We accept students from typically state, private and grammar schools and don’t have any specific entry requirements. We are just looking for people who are as serious as we are about boosting their grades. Maintaining a strong record of success is important to us.
Ultimately, the best results come from a great working relationship between tutor and student. Communication needs to be strong and students should feel comfortable asking questions. We make an effort to make sure that students always feel supported at this crucial stage of their academic journey. Our experience, efficiency, affordability and support makes us a viable option for any student.
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