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"The student and I went over her last test and did corrections for the problems she missed. She understood what the problem was asking for but in some cases had difficulty finding the appropriate information to solve for the answer. When we broke down the problem and discussed what method to use to find missing information she was easily able to solve the question. The student is great with mental math and is able to do calculations very quickly and often times in her head. With more confidence in her math abilities I'm sure that she will improve her skills tremendously!"
"In this session, the student and I covered new material: arc lengths/ distances, postulates, and circumferences. At the beginning of our session, we covered the two practice problems I left him with from our last session. Since he just took a test on the old material, this session was a head start to demystify some terms that stood out. After some clarification and questions, we began to approach some practice problems given by his teacher in his notes. These questions revolved around using the concept of circumference and a difference in distance traveled during a single rotation. He was very active in his participation, took initiative, and freely asked questions when a "muddy" point may have arisen. We discussed the grade he just received from his test this past Friday, and there was ~15% increase from prior scores. This was a great accomplishment on the student's part! Our goal, as a team, is to keep up with this upward trend in test scores to achieve his overall goals for the class. Today, I left him with a practice problem that was similar to the material we covered. We plan to discuss the answer upon our next session."
"Today the student and I started by over a variety of basic topics such as molarity, mole conversions, heat/energy, and ionic compounds. I left her with four practice worksheets she can use to prepare for her upcoming test. She seemed like she just needed a refresher for most of this material; she quickly recalled what we were working on and was able to figure out new problems. She benefited the most from our work on heat/energy. She seemed a little unsure as to what all the values in the equation actually represented, but understood the concept when it was explained to her. After working on these concepts we went over some molarity and dilution problems which she is learning now. She had a little more trouble with these. She struggled with the concept of molarity, as well as converting between moles/liter and grams, but she definitely had a stronger grasp on the concepts at the end of the session than she did at the beginning. We will definitely work more on these concepts."
"This was my first session with the student. He seemed eager to catch up! We went over the current geometry involving surface area, and by the end he was able to do the problems by himself with minor or no mistakes. I moved on to something else, but he does need some more practice on his own. We also reviewed various tips and facts. Then we switched to a bit of Chemistry. The only thing really giving him trouble here was the theory behind Dimensional Analysis, the "why". Once he understood what DA was for and the way to go about using it, he was able to solve some reaction problems! The final thing we did was talk about limiting reactants. He was able to follow along with what I was saying, but next week we'll go over it some more to make sure it's solid."
"The student and I did two different things today. First, he worked on his most recent class material and assignment. This was the last section in chapter 10 and focused on finding the equation of a circle and graphing a circle from an equation. He did a good job on this and seemed to understand the material well. After this, we reviewed for his upcoming test, which will be on all of chapter 10. I found that he remembered the material from the sections we had gone over before together but did not remember how to do the problems from the sections that he had done by himself. We spent most of our review time on these latter sections. After the review, he understood the material, and I think he will be able to do the same types of problems on his test. He will receive a review sheet from his teacher in class tomorrow, and I emphasized the importance of completing all the problems on the review sheet to make sure he gets the extra practice he needs before the test and does not forget anything."
"We covered today the geometry homework. Topics included solving for arc angles of tangentsecant, secantsecant situations. Theorems including these angles were used successfully.
We also solved several problems relating to parallel secant in a circle.
Student is highly confident in the subject matter and enjoys talking to her teacher about sometimes inaccurately posed homework problems, which is a great idea because it will give student further insight.
Student is solving the problems in the homework mostly on her own; she even completely solved a gigantic problem that required determining 19 different angles in complicated polygon.
Strategies included in this session were all related to secantsecant and tangent secant arc angle theorems."
We also solved several problems relating to parallel secant in a circle.
Student is highly confident in the subject matter and enjoys talking to her teacher about sometimes inaccurately posed homework problems, which is a great idea because it will give student further insight.
Student is solving the problems in the homework mostly on her own; she even completely solved a gigantic problem that required determining 19 different angles in complicated polygon.
Strategies included in this session were all related to secantsecant and tangent secant arc angle theorems."
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