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Maths calculation during one to one maths tuition with a tutor.



I use an online collaborative whiteboard platform called BitPaper which enables myself and students to write simultaneously in real time. No software is required as BitPaper works direct from an internet browser, and it's free for students.


For audio I use Skype, which is also free. Each whiteboard has a unique and permanent URL that is automatically saved so that work is never lost.

It is easy to write smoothly, especially if used with an electronic pen, so that writing is clear and legible online. Students can drag-and-drop classwork problems, pictures or PDF documents directly onto the screen so that we can worked on them together.



Maths calculation during one to one maths tuition with a tutor.


My online maths tutorials do not require state of the art software or huge expense. A computer, laptop or even a tablet can be used successfully. Headphones with a built in microphone are required, unless already part of the computer, laptop or tablet.


For writing, I recommend an graphics tablet, but it's not essential as a mouse will suffice. The one I have is the Wacom 'One By Wacom'They are relatively inexpensive and enable students to write clearly and quickly. If using a tablet with a stylus pen (such as Microsoft Surface or iPad Pro) then they can be used instead.

A good stable broadband connection is also required, so if using wifi, a room close to the modem will help avoid any drop-outs.



Student working with an online maths tutor with a graphics tablet.

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Learn with one to one

maths tuition at home.

I use an online collaborative whiteboard called BitPaper for one to

one maths tuition, along with Skype for audio.

I use an online collaborative whiteboard called BitPaper

for one to one maths tuition, along with Skype for audio.

Student's online working during one to one maths tuition.


My maths tuition involves working through topics students are currently studying at school to help reinforce what they've been taught. Any questions, or concepts, students do not fully understand can be uploaded onto the whiteboard so that we can go through them during their tutorial.


For GCSE, Further GCSE and A Level students, I also work through past examination papers throughout the year (not just in the run up to exams), and use them as lesson material.


Once a tuition session is finished, students can convert whiteboard pages to a PDF file, and then save to their device or print off if preferred. This is perfect revision for tests and exams.

One to one maths tuition using BitPaper.

Parents can see

and monitor

Parents can easily monitor what is being taught (and how) which gives peace of mind that your money is being well spent, and that your child is progressing with their online maths lessons.

Not limited to

 'local' maths tutors

With one to one maths tuition online, you get to work with an experienced and qualified tutor, who meets all your requirements instead of having to choose whoever is available locally.​

Online tuition is

flexible and safe

Flexibility. With online maths tuition, there's more flexibility in scheduling your sessions at a time that suits you. Plus, with it being covid secure, there's no need for social distancing or PPE.

Lessons can be

repeated and saved

Having bespoke one to one maths tuition with me means that lessons can be saved and reviewed at any time. This is great for revision and to recap previous content that may have been forgotten!

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