Whilst we know that students are becoming less and less interested in mathematics, along with standardized test scores being not just among the lowest they have ever been and continuing to regress, what we haven’t really learned, is how to take a hands-on approach in reversing that trend.
Robert Ollis, a motivator on a mission is fulfilling his lifelong coaching ambition, to reach out and inspire here in Australia, as many math students as possible onto the high levels of success that they richly deserve.
Understanding how students learn along with coaching experience spanning in excess of 40 years and having inspired many hundreds of math students onto outstanding levels of achievement, Robert Ollis has decided to take his exceptionally high level of expertise into the field of online math education.
“A student will only achieve at a level that they believe they are capable of achieving”
With a no-nonsense, simple and systematic approach to learning math that Robert Ollis developed in the 1970’s for his own math classes, a new and exciting level of confidence is unmasked in the student as they begin to comprehend the mathematics that has for too long, remained a mystery.
It doesn’t matter how unsuccessful a student has been in the past or in fact if the student feels ready to learn over again a particular math skill with the only important factor ever being for Robert Ollis, their commitment to try without feeling incompetent in the process.
Hence the biggest single benefit to learning math online here in Australia and also globally, with the master tutor who was awarded Straight Distinctions in Pure Mathematics at the University of NSW (the highest award given at the time)
His high level of mathematic tutorials and workbooks have been designed to teach and reinforce by repetition, the mathematical basics, essential to all students in Australia albeit they’re at an elementary, primary, junior high, senior high, college or university stage of education.
Repetition is the mother of all skills yet regrettably, it is the one facet of all learning that seems to have been all too easily replaced with the perceived need to think largely “outside of the square”
For more information on the courses, workbooks and tutorials of Robert Ollis, visit www.RobertOMath.com today