Tajammal Hussain Awan

Ample Guide Center


M.Phil Education Leadership & Management
M.Phil English Applied Linguistics
M.Ed (Master Of Education)
B.Ed (Bachelor of Education)

Online / One-On-One
Math & English Educator
& Tutor Provider.
25 years of Teaching & Educational Human Resource Management Experience.

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Ample Guide Center Ajman UAE

Ample Guide Center’s Ajman UAE, online tutoring services have gained popularity worldwide, offering convenient and flexible educational support. These platforms connect students with qualified tutors who provide personalized instruction via virtual classrooms. With interactive tools and resources, students can receive assistance in various subjects, enhancing their learning experience regardless of geographical limitations.

Muhammd Sufvan & Rehman Ijaz​

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At Ample Guide Centre, Sufvan Ijaz (Grade 6) and Rehman Ijaz (Grade 4) from Pak Ajman School UAE had enriching learning experiences. Guided by dedicated teachers and a structured curriculum, they gained satisfaction and abundant knowledge. Ample Guide Centre fulfilled its promise of delivering exceptional education, leaving Sufvan and Rehman fulfilled.

Getting Started With Beginners On Zoom / Google Meet Online Class From (Grade 1-12)


Math online Tutors From Grade 1 to IGCSE and O-Level

Online Math Tutors
Primary Level (Grades 1-5):

Numbers and Numeration: Counting, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.

Geometry: Shapes, lines, angles, symmetry, and transformations.

Measurement: Length, weight, time, money, and volume.

Data Handling: Collecting, organizing, and interpreting data.

Intermediate Level (Grades 6-9):

Numbers and Operations: Integers, decimals, fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions.

Algebra: Expressions, equations, functions, and graphing.

Geometry: Lines, angles, triangles, polygons, circles, and transformations.

Measurement: Length, area, volume, and surface area.

Data Analysis: Statistical measures, probability, and statistical graphs.

Secondary Level (Grades 10-12):

Algebra: Quadratic equations, systems of equations, logarithms, and exponentials.

Geometry: Coordinate geometry, trigonometry, and geometric proofs.

Statistics and Probability: Data analysis, probability distributions, and hypothesis testing.

Calculus: Differentiation, integration, and applications of calculus.

Financial Mathematics: Interest, annuities, and investments.

Trusted by Parents, Students and Tutors

At the IAFOR Conference on Education in Japan, I engaged with Dr. Junko Hibiya, Managing Director and Board of Director at Sacred Heart School. We explored technology integration in classrooms, emphasizing student engagement. Junko showcased adaptable blended learning methods, underscoring technology’s transformative potential in education for improved student outcomes.

Joseph Haldane’s leadership as Chairman and CEO of IAFOR has been pivotal for educators like me. His strategic vision, policy acumen, and commitment to partnerships inspire innovation. Under his guidance, IAFOR’s dedication to research and events fosters professional growth. I am grateful for his contributions, which enrich my understanding of education’s societal impact.

Professor Toshiya Hoshino emphasizes the vital role of interdisciplinary cooperation in tackling complex educational challenges. We concur, believing in its capacity to foster innovation and academic advancement. Attending the IAFOR Conference on Education in Japan has been a privilege, with exceptional presentations underscoring the commitment to academic excellence and community support. Dr. Hoshino’s keynote on inclusive education was particularly inspiring, offering enlightening insights and methods for progress.

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Teachers benefit greatly from engaging with diverse educators, professors, and experts. Interactions offer insights into teaching strategies, policy development, partnerships, and academic management. Collaborating with colleagues fosters understanding of pedagogical approaches. Academic events provide updates on research and practices, enhancing skills and fostering networking for positive changes in education.