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We also started working on problems in multiple steps. The student's mother had also explained these to the student, but she definitely needed more practice to understand how to complete them. We slowly worked through them, and by the time we finished, she understood how to solve them slowly. The student's mother said she would try to teach her how to show her work over the weekend, however, as she was doing the problems in her own way without really showing detailed steps."
Student 2: We spent the session working on things that I thought he could improve upon. We worked on simplifying fractions. I realized that he sometimes has trouble finding patterns of multiples, so on the white board, I made patterns of numbers with blanks and asked him to find the missing number. I sometimes made the patterns be multiples and other times not, and asked him to say which ones were. I found this to be a useful exercise that he should continue with.
Student 3: She had homework involving the multiplication and simplification of fractions. She is very good at multiplying fractions, but sometimes stops simplifying too early. I have reminded her that you can always simplify sets of even numbers, but exercises such as the one that I did with the other student would help her in her simplification of fractions."