Studiosity offers timely, personal, online feedback for every student.
When a student gets stuck after hours, you can’t always be there to help them with their study question. Studiosity connects them to a real Subject Specialist, in all core subjects, including English, Maths, and Science. The just-in-time help builds independent thinking, grows confidence, and gets them back on track.
Our Maths Specialists cover all school levels of mathematics, including Primary, General, Intermediate, Specialist/Extension support, all the way through to early tertiary level. We support the full K-12 maths curriculum, from algebra to statistics, and our Specialists are trained in guiding students through their questions, rather than giving them the answers. Our interactive whiteboard allows the student and specialist to draw diagrams and equations together, while working through the student's problem.
Students can connect to a Maths Specialist for live, one-to-one, personal study help across a range of maths subjects. The student shares their question in a live online 'classroom', where they can upload files to discuss with the specialist, and use an interactive whiteboard to draw diagrams, write equations or share examples. To get started, students simply need to log into their account and click 'Ask a question', and we'll connect them - within minutes - to the next available specialist.
One of our Maths Specialists, Shihabul.
(ME, University of Manchester, UK)
>> Read more about our Specialist network and the Academic Services Team that supports them.
The main role of our Subject Specialists is to facilitate learning outcomes through guided questioning and not to simply provide answers to questions. Our Subject Specialists provide tools, assistance, and support in line with our Academic Integrity Policy. Here are some recent, real examples of questions students have asked our maths specialists:
Question: "Can you help me figure out why I’m getting the answer wrong? Here’s the question: At present Guido is 8 years older than Bob. If Guido was one year younger his age would be double Bob's age. How old is Bob? Let Bob be b and and Guido be G."
Outcome: "Thanks for your help with the question! It really does help and make a difference to understand the answers."
Question: "I’m revising for a test and am having some trouble with gradient and cartesian plane questions. I’ll draw them on the shared whiteboard."
Outcome: "Such a massive help. It was all explained very well which made it easy to pick it up and if i did get stuck, it was explained anther way so that i did get it. Thankyou so much."
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Education Policies • Academic Integrity Policy