Monday, 24 September 2012

IB Maths Tutor in Delhi

A good IB Math tutor will need to have mastery of the material that he or she is teaching. Thus, it is important that they have a strong formal background in mathematics. When teaching young children, completion of at least a high school diploma would be recommended. Teaching older students, in high school or college, the ideal tutor would have at least an undergraduate degree, with emphasis on mathematics (engineering or science degrees often have solid math requirements too).

Helping others learn requires great communication skills, and the ability to identify the best way to convey the material in a way that matches the individual needs of the learner. Prior experience in either tutoring or in teaching is highly recommended when seeking out a math tutor, and that experience should ideally include the grade-level of the material you are covering. The best tutoring companies invest resources in continually training their staff on the latest educational methods to help learners master the material.

To minimize time and travel expense wasted in transit, the math tutoring location will ideally be near you. A large math tutoring company with many locations will have better odds of a location near you. Some tutoring companies do telephone or online tutoring, either as their main method of communications or as a complement to traditional classroom-style settings.

Some tutors are available only at pre-scheduled times, whereas others can be reached outside those hours, or even around-the-clock in some cases (e.g. some of the online services). Depending on your needs, this may or may not be important.
  Many academic studies have documented that students learn best when they have more attention to their individual needs. Thus, smaller classroom sizes, or even one-on-one learning, are advisable to maximize the benefits of the math tutoring. Typically, the youngest children in particular benefit from small classroom sizes, but this can also be the case for older ones.

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