Online maths tutors that care
How we teach math online at HNL Tutors
Math is one of the most critical subjects in school, and our online math tutors make sure that every one of our students can comprehend each lesson. We usually recommend each student study both english and maths in one hour, giving 30 minutes for each subject, but parents and students can request to allocate the whole hour to either subject.
We teach English, maths and science to these age groups:
- Key Stage 1 – ages 5-7 (Years 1-2)
- Key Stage 2 – ages 7-11 (Years 3-6)
- Key Stage 3 – ages 11-14 (Years 7-9)
- Key Stage 4 – ages 14-16 (Years 10-11)
- Plus A’ Level – Maths , chemistry and physics
About our math tutors online
HNL Tutors online tutors selects the best maths tutors for your child. We pick each candidate with the best track record and personality, ensuring that our tutors have the patience to guide students at a pace they can properly learn.
Our tutors do their best to challenge their students in a way that allows them to grow and slowly believe in themselves. Building each student’s confidence in their abilities through lesson plans is easy enough to understand but challenging enough to promote growth. Each student’s lessons are tailored according to their abilities, giving them the independence they need to become life-long learners. Our exceptional tutors are one of the reasons why we have an excellent track record of satisfied parents and successful students
Our process to help students retain what they learn
Our team of online tutors at HNL Tutors employ numerous methods to help students retain everything they learn in their lessons. Our practices have shown positive results for every student. Here are a few of our ways to help students remember their lessons:
- Practice testing – Self-testing or taking practice tests covering material that has been covered.
- Distributed practice – Implementing a practice schedule on specific topics that spreads out study activities over time.
- Elaborative interrogation – Asking students to explain why a fact or concept is true.
- Self-explanation – Explaining how new information is related to known information or explaining steps taken during problem-solving.
- Summarization – Writing summaries of presented information.
- Highlighting/underlining – Marking potentially important portions of materials while reading.
- Keyword mnemonic – Using keywords and mental imagery to associate verbal materials.
- Imagery for text – Attempting to form mental images of text materials while reading or listening.
- Rereading – Restudying text material after an initial reading.
How math tutors online tailor fit lesson
The usual question from parents interested in enrolling their children in HNL Tutors is if there will be an initial test to measure their children’s ability. The answer is no; we measure your child’s ability and form their lesson plan based on the work they do in their lessons, at school and homework. Math tutors are here to help and guide your child achieve the best possible mark possible.
We then follow HNL Tutors’s success material and carefully create a lesson plan that fits the student’s abilities.
Keeping the student sharp
We give the students all the tools they need to help their continued growth. This includes teaching them extensive exam techniques, recording their tutorial progress, and setting homework designed to reinforce what they have learned for independent study.
HNL Tutors’ Mission
HNL Tutors are are determined to help students learn and improve. Only the top tutors will suffice if you want the best for your children.
Online tutoring is convenient and cost-effective, but you also want to have confidence in tutors who can and will make a difference in your child’s life and assist them in succeeding in school and life. Our staff at HNL Tutors endeavour to do this for all children.
HNL Tutors values all subjects but believes that math is one of, if not the essential subject to learn. From the most complex maths formulas that explain the formation of our universe, calculations for the integrity of the structures we use daily, to counting the change for that cake and coffee you had this morning, maths is all around us, which is why we do our best to teach every student to the best of our ability.