Hey Aussies, Get Ahead in Math! By taking An Online Tuition

Welcome! Chances are, if you’re reading this, you or your child is struggling with math. It’s tough. We know, and want to help. That’s why we provide affordable online tuition. . Math can be insanely frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right help, everyone can succeed.

You don’t have to spend your time searching for a tutor or providing transportation. Check out our online math tutoring services! 

At Global Tuition Center, we offer online math tutoring that can help you improve your math skills and confidence. Whether you’re struggling with a specific problem or topic, or you just need some extra help, we can tailor our tutoring to your needs.

We follow the Schools and National Standard Curriculum issued by the Australian Education Ministry for Primary and Secondary levels (Year 2- 10). You can find the curriculum here;

Mathematics Curriculum

Now count the benefits of taking online tuition classes at Global Tuition Center:

  • One-on-one Tutoring by experienced Tutors.
  • Affordable ( We are more than 40% cheaper than our counterparts).
  • Personalized and flexible Schedule.
  • Audio-Video recording of the session.
  • Interactive Online whiteboard.
  • No, Pick and Drop hassle for the parents.
  • Live monitoring of your child’s class through your mobile phone.
  • Self-Paced (students can work at their own speed).

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Is your child struggling in math? Do you want to give them a leg up on their peers? As a parent, watching your child struggle with math can be heartbreaking. You want to help but you don’t know or are busy with your work. You feel helpless and frustrated. 

Teaching with fun smile

It is important for students to have fun while learning. When students are enjoying themselves, they are more likely to be engaged in the material. Our students have so much fun with us that they don’t even realize they are learning. Our classes are filled with excitement and adventure, leaving students begging for more.

Making Connections

Most students dread math class. They see it as a series of equations and problems that they have to solve with no clear connection to the real world. What if there were a different way to teach math? A way that makes connections between concepts and shows how they are used in the real world?

Our tutors help primary students understand math by making connections between concepts. For example, when teaching addition, they might talk about how addiction is like putting together two sets of toy cars. Or, when teaching subtraction, they might talk about how subtraction is like taking toys away from a set. By making these connections, our tutors help students see the relevance of math in their everyday lives.

Our tutors use this approach and our students love it.

Break down

We teach our students by breaking down the concepts into smaller, more manageable pieces. By breaking down the concepts, we are able to help our students learn and retain the information they need for success in school

Critical Thinking Skills innocent

Our tutors ensure that our students learn the basics of mathematics by using different analogies. We want them to be able to solve math problems on their own so that they don’t have to rely on others. We also encourage our students to work on developing their critical thinking skills. In order to do that, we teach our students cause and effect relationships.

Word Problems (Nightmare yell for some students)

 Many secondary-level students find it difficult to understand word problems. They find it hard to perform well in the subject when they are not able to solve the word problems.

This is where our tutors step in. Our tutors teach our students how to convert English keywords into Mathematical expressions. When they learn all the key points then they find word problems easy to solve.

The followings are the chapters that students do mostly:

Further Math

Financial math, Data analysis, Number patterns, etc.

Mathematics methods

Unit 1, 2, 3, and 4

Linear functions, Quadratic equations, Trigonometric functions, Sets, Polynomials, Radian measure, Counting and Probability, Exponential functions, Sequence and Series, Rates of change, Basics of application of integral and differentials.

Mathematics Specialist

Unit 1, 2, 3, and 4

Basics of Vectors, Scalar product, Matrices, Proof, Complex numbers, Trigonometric Identities, Functions Advance, Polar Form of complex numbers, Vectors in Three Dimensions,  Vector Calculus, Differential Equations.