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"The student and I spent the majority of our session today reviewing the material from unit 2 to prepare her for the quiz. We discussed probability, ztests, variability, null and alternative hypotheses, and frequency distribution. She will complete the online quiz later today."
"I reviewed and explained the student's statistics notes. I helped him understand and solve his homework problems and checked his work. For homework, I gave him a set of practice problems based on the concepts on which he will be tested the next two weeks."
"The student and I worked on problems from her statistics class homework, covering measures of central tendency (mean/median/mode) as well as variance and standard deviation. She has a good talent for the subject."
"The student and I covered a Math Modeling test she did last week. I gave her some strategies to calm any test nerves. We also went over a quiz on natural exponential growth, and she did excellently on that."
"We went over generalized methods for calculating the number of ways to arrange a certain number of objects taken some number at a time. This leads into permutation and combinations which the homework started to get into."
"The student reported that he took a 2 day test on Thursday and Friday last week on divisibility rules, prime factorization, greatest common factors, least common multiples, and word problems. He did not receive his grade yet. He started a new unit today in class on algebraic expression and variables. He learned about algebraic tiles and numeral expressions. He showed me his completed homework and had answered everything correctly. He had a skill sheet to complete which included long division, subtraction, order of operation problems, greatest common factor, prime factorization, and word problems. He did very well on the skill sheet. He asked for additional problems on long division, divisibility rules, and order of operations, and he did very well on the additional problems."
"We reviewed for the student's test on simplification, like terms, coefficients, and word problems. The student showed good improvement on simplification and identifying and combining like terms, as well as on setting up and solving word problems. He is, however, struggling with distribution and linear expressions involving subtraction. I recommended he focus on practicing those kinds of problems from his book."
"To get into the habit of starting assignments early, we started with a science comprehension worksheet about friction that is due Wednesday. Next, we did the first half of a math review packet that is due Friday. We will finish the second half of the math packet at our Tuesday session. The math review focused on defining and drawing polygons. For the last 15 minutes we did some multiplication review with "mad minute" style worksheets focusing on 9 and 5s times tables. I have seen particular improvement with the student's 5s times tables."
"Tonight we covered limits at infinity and curve sketching, the subject of the student's next quiz. We mainly reviewed the information in the textbook over these sections and covered some practice examples. The student will have multiple quizzes each week for the remainder of the semester, so we are planning on meeting twice a week to prepare for these moving forward."
"The student and I worked on sequences and finding patterns. He picked up on it very quickly. By focusing on the methods for finding the patterns and writing everything down, he can avoid making simple errors."
"The student and I worked on his statistics class project collecting and analyzing data for cardiac surgeries in relation to mortality rates. There are 5 steps to complete the assignment, and we made it through about half. I helped him define the relationship he was looking at exploring and organized the data so he could make meaningful connections and removed some extreme outliers so the data points would fit on a graph. We made a plan for him to complete those same steps for the expected mortality rates before next session and set goals on areas that we will work on for our next session on Tuesday."
"I researched some sites that the student could use for extra practice in between sessions and had forwarded those in advance. I used today's session to show him how to navigate each site, to do some of the practice activities to gauge his level, and to assign some additional activities for practice between now and our next session.
One site in particular engaged him, so I assigned two quizzes from the math category. He was also interested in games and activities that allowed him to compete for points, so I will investigate other online resources that will allow him to practice using that type of activity."
One site in particular engaged him, so I assigned two quizzes from the math category. He was also interested in games and activities that allowed him to compete for points, so I will investigate other online resources that will allow him to practice using that type of activity."
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