Category Archives: Edu-snips

Listen to High Quality Free Webcasts Lectures by S’pore students!

Need a revision on your JC topics? Now you can visit  to have access to high quality free webcasts on topics like JC Economics and JC Chemistry by A-level graduate tutors!

Free JC Chemistry webcasts

ConsultAtutor JC tutors: You could also refer to this resource for extra lesson reviews for your tutees as homework or before going through certain topics in tutorials.

Kudos to all the A-Level graduate tutors at to put up such a good resource for all to share!


Pythagoras Theorem Explained

Ever wondered how Pythagoras Theorem, the so called 1st theorem of Elementary Mathematics is proven as such?

Here’s an interesting video and method which you can explain to your Secondary students!

Make your tutorials fun and interesting!


Multiplication Tables in your fingers!

An interesting and alternative way to get answers to multiplication for Primary Maths!

Primary Maths tutors: Advice is to keep the answers in the head but it will be a great tool for checking though.


Fun with Fibonacci

For JC students learning Series in A’ Level maths, have some fun watching this video of how Fibonnaci numbers are observed in nature and how they are being “applied” in plants!

Tutors, show this to your students when you are teaching about Series to inject some fun into this seemingly boring topic!

“Think-Out-of-the-Box” Multiplication Method

Ever wonder that other than your calculator or the manual working method which you have learnt in Primary school, are there any other ways to do your simple multiplication sums?

Here’s one really interesting way to do it!

Have fun trying it out-the pictorial way of solving multiplication sums but we don’t recommend using it if not you will have a hard time solving 999 x 999!

Tutors and parents: Feel free to share this with your students or children as a fun exercise or as a way to wow them and show how fun Maths can be!

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Open Source Physics Simulations for O level and A level Physics!

AC Generator Model from Open Source Physics Simulations

If you are a passionate Physics tutor/educator and constantly imploring how to improve your delivery styles and methods, and to make usually static Physics  lessons come alive for your Sec 3, Sec 4 O’level Physics or JC1 or JC2 A’level Physics students, take a look at this interesting website with interactive applications developed and adopted in real life classroom teaching by Singapore Physics teachers!

Make lessons like vernier caliper reading, electricity, forces or kinematics come alive today and let tuition be much more interesting by adopting these applications in your curriculum planning for your tutees today!

Go to Open Source Physics Applications here or you can download them here.

Start making a difference today!

Changing Education Paradigms

Ever thought of WHY people are in this “rat race” in the modern world where they  “paper chase” and teach their kids to do so too in a never-ending cycle?

Arguable, it is entirely human nature to better oneself’s prospect and yes..purely of own personal choice sometimes in the spirit to excel.

But what if you are inhibited by the education system that places emphasis on some field that you entirely do not have the passion to excel in much less to say about the talent to do so?And you want to really pursue something you dream of?

Then its important to understand how to get around it and pursue your dreams by paving your own way. “If there is a will, there is a way!” But first, understand how people in your own society views education and whether YOU are stuck in that paradigm or in a NUTS- No U-Turn Syndrome.

Start thinking differently and see things in a different perspective!

This video by RSA Animate- Changing Education Paradigms might help to get you started off. If you are the inspirational type of tutor from ConsultAtutor or even a parent who wants to fire up the passion in your child, watch this.