MTA caters to students from higher primary to HSC and VCE – including Advanced and Extension, Methods and Specialist - and Undergraduate, specialising in high level maths and assisting with learning difficulties.
Physics can be combined with Standard Mathematics; and here MTA has a great deal to offer : efficiently filling any gaps.
Modern developments in Physics are exciting, and the HSC Physics course will introduce your child to Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, and all the way via the Big Bang to quarks and the Higgs Boson.
Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate, in “The Feynman Lectures on Physics”, 1963, wrote :
I think … that there isn’t any solution to this problem of education other than to realize that the best teaching can be done only when there is a direct individual relationship between a student and a good teacher—a situation in which the student discusses the ideas, thinks about … and talks about the things. It’s impossible to learn very much by simply sitting in a lecture, or even by simply doing problems that are assigned.
The most rewarding part of my job is the satisfied reviews MTA receives from students and their parents.
'My son is on the autism spectrum, and also has a mild hearing deficit. None of these challenges have caused any concern for Mr Ardren, in fact I think he is profoundly interested in developing high quality teaching outcomes with students with such disabilities.'