EasyA’s revolutionary approach to learning.
EasyA is centered around 3 basic principles
Our geniuses are all hand-selected. So you know you're learning from the very best.
Still don't get it? Ask your genius to explain the solution in another way!
Get help right when you need it. Not just when a tutor or teacher has the time.
Want to learn more about our teaching pedagogy?
Behind EasyA’s innovative technology lies a groundbreaking new approach to teaching mathematics. Pioneered by Dr. Parastoo Ghalamchi, a former educational researcher at Cambridge University, EasyA’s teaching philosophy combines the theory of Mikhail Bakhtin’s Dialogism with Stephen Brown and Marion Walter’s Art of Problem Posing.
This approach encourages problem solving through the art of problem posing, whereby Oxbridge geniuses and students interact in a constant dialogue. EasyA’s message-based approach to teaching encourages students to ask all their questions confidently, in the format with which they feel most comfortable. The result is a rigorous and stimulating intellectual dialogue between student and genius, allowing the genius to constantly gauge the student’s level of understanding.
As a result, EasyA provides students with an extremely tailored learning experience, that allows students to go as fast or slow as they need. Because there’s no limit to session length, students can learn completely at their own pace, unconstrained by time. After all, we believe the most effective learning happens organically.
All EasyA's Oxbridge geniuses are trained extensively in our proprietary teaching pedagogy and each session is reviewed message by message in order to ensure that students always receive the best learning experience possible. Each session is graded for characteristics including “collaboration”, “creativity” and “clarity”, allowing all our Oxbridge geniuses to receive constant feedback. The result is a constantly improving team of highly-skilled educators. All at your child's fingertips.
With EasyA, students become much more competent and confident mathematicians.