(PRWEB) October 06, 2013
Maths Tutor London ([http://www.mathstutorlondon.net/) is the first company to utilize digital whiteboards that allow students and teachers to share ideas and explain problems easily and effectively.
With a growing demand for Math tuition, and an increase of costs in travel time, Maths Tutor London has devised the used of digital classrooms to help their students, learn and understand complex maths problems online.
Utilizing digital classroom technology that has proven to work in remote areas like Australia outback where Australian kids are taught primarily online, when they are too far away from regular schools, Maths tutor London, can now offer its students the same level of one on one tuition, from the comfort of their homes. It does not matter if the students are from London, or New York.
Also with the added advantage of the tutor not wasting time travelling, the cost of the tuition can now be considerable reduced. Making maths tuition more affordable and easily accessible.
These digital classroom work in a very simple and effective way, 15 minutes before the class is due to start the student receives an encoded link, clicking on this links will take you to a login screen, where a password needs to be entered. This password is typically sent straight after the link.
Upon logging in students are presented with a multitude of options that are quiet advanced and yet very easy to use. One of the most useful options is that of a free hand tool, that allows the tutor as well as the student to draw free hand using a digital pencil or a mouse. This is particularly helpful as it enables free flow of ideas and helps the tutor to explain their problems more effectively. Of course everyone is able to speak to one an other, and in a revision group setting each student can ever raise tier "virtual hands" to ask a question or to get clarification on certain points.
Should a lesson require use of extra worksheets, these can also be made available for the student digitally and they are able to save these and work on them during their own time or with their tutor to grasp the concepts clearly.
Similar larger Maths classes are also held nearer exam times, these classes are also virtual helping students come together and understand a problem digitally and collectively learning from each other at the end of each session, taking all the sessions notes with them by those notes being saved and made available to them digitally.
All a student is required to have is a computer, a stable broadband connection and a mic/headphones. Please note that Maths tutor London is happy to support students in setting up their respective devices to ensure that they receive the highest possible quality of tuition.