Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We worked on multiplication problems with decimals. She's doing really well currently in math and isn't struggling with decimal numbers."
"The student had 4 worksheets that he worked on today- they involved addition and subtraction fact families, counting by 10s and 1s together, and less than, greater than, and equal to."
"Today we worked through angles. We worked through the names. By the end of the lesson the student had shown marked improvement in her recognition of the angles."
"For this session, the student completed his math homework. He completed 2 pages of word problems, circling the key word that helps him to identify the operation to use for the problem. He also completed addition and subtraction problems to unlock a clue. Additionally, he practiced his fluency by reading a story 2 times. He improved each time. Great job!"
"The attitudes of both students have significantly improved. They are more willing to work hard and seem to procrastinate less. I've started working more closely with Student A than Student B. Student A needs a little more help than Student B. Student B simply needs motivation. Today they got really close to finishing all their math homework, which is a big success. In their work it seems we're doing a lot of review. It has a little multiplication, division, fractions, GCF, and more. It's been mentioned that once we get to a point that they finish their homework each week, I'll bring some other math activities for us to do. I'll direct activities at where they need the most improvement. Student B needs to improve in division and Student A needs improvement in multiplication."
"We covered ratios and unit rates with Student A. With Student B we focused on plotting points on coordinate planes and finding x and y coordinates, slope, and solving for variables using logical reasoning and numerical operations. She needed help with plotting negative x and y pairs. Student A needed help with long division of decimals. Both students were receptive and actively made an effort to work and comprehend the material."