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"The student and I went over a number of things during our tutoring session. First we reviewed a homework assignment together which had to do with factoring differences of squares. Once he knew the rule he was able to answer the questions correctly on his own (even the more complicated ones). We then went over material that he was quizzed on the following day. This had to do with solving quadratic equations that had a value greater than one for the lead coefficient (a). By the end of the session, he was able to remember all the steps he needed to take to answer those questions correctly, so I was happy we ended on a high note. He seemed quite well prepared for his quiz."
"We focused on two main things today. First we started on the review/practice packet for the assessment test. We encountered a couple of problems on radicals/square and cube roots that the student seemed to not understand. We placed the practice packet on pause and addressed the issue. It seems that he had never learned the material. I went over the general concept of squares and cube roots and gave him multiple practice problems. After practice, he understood the problems. He can still use practice in the area, so I will most likely test him on the material again next session. We spent the last 30 minutes of the session reviewing for his factoring quiz on Friday."
"The student and I had a very productive session. She went through her lengthy homework assignment and I walked her through the steps of solving quadratic equations through factoring. First, we went over solving quadratics that were already factored. Next, she and I solved equations in the general quadratic form. Towards the end of the session, we started to tackle geometry and word problems that involved solving quadratics. When we got to the word problems, I stressed the importance of writing down all of the information given in the word problem as a starting off point for ALL word problems.
She came into the session not knowing how to do any of the problems, but she seemed quite confident after the session was over. She left with the bulk of the work done and the right understanding to finish the rest."
She came into the session not knowing how to do any of the problems, but she seemed quite confident after the session was over. She left with the bulk of the work done and the right understanding to finish the rest."
"The student just finished a unit on Statistics and Probability. He took the test and achieved a 100% on it. He was extremely happy with his accomplishment and it generated a stronger interest in succeeding in Math. The student has an opportunity to redo a few chapters that he had struggled with previously and that will be our focus for our next few sessions. Today we went over an assignment of finding the nth value of a geometric sequence. He learned and perfected how to find the common ratio and how to use the formula to find the nth value. We accomplished a real world word problem using a geometric sequence. The student was shown how to use the calculator to aid in him finding the asked about value. He continues to strive and progress excellently."
"We spent the first twenty minutes getting to know each other, what her tutor did before, and what she expects out of the sessions.
We spent the better part of the session working on her homework, which was on exponents. Her graphing calculator died, so we used a great site that she showed me to graph different exponential equations. We looked at what happens when exponents are negative, between 0 and 1, and above one. We played around with equations to see when it would flip over the x axis, and when it would be mirrored over the y axis.
She is very bright, inquisitive, and patient. She didn't always get the concepts right away, but was eager to learn. Sometimes, she would think a bit too far ahead and skip a step, so I spent some of my time trying to slow down her thinking. I also tried to prompt questions to get her to arrive at conclusions herself, which seemed to help her understand the concepts.
Overall, it was a great session, and I look forward to continuing to work with her!"
We spent the better part of the session working on her homework, which was on exponents. Her graphing calculator died, so we used a great site that she showed me to graph different exponential equations. We looked at what happens when exponents are negative, between 0 and 1, and above one. We played around with equations to see when it would flip over the x axis, and when it would be mirrored over the y axis.
She is very bright, inquisitive, and patient. She didn't always get the concepts right away, but was eager to learn. Sometimes, she would think a bit too far ahead and skip a step, so I spent some of my time trying to slow down her thinking. I also tried to prompt questions to get her to arrive at conclusions herself, which seemed to help her understand the concepts.
Overall, it was a great session, and I look forward to continuing to work with her!"
"The student and I devoted the entirety of this session to reviewing for his upcoming quiz on the first two sections of chapter 12, sampling and statistics. Unlike the majority of the material he's learned so far this year, this material is very qualitative requiring more discussion and analysis than computation. I began by going through a series of vocabulary terms in order to help him differentiate and evaluate the different ways that sampling can be conducted. I devoted extra time to helping him determine whether a particular method would lead to valid or invalid conclusions. The student is a capable judge of sampling methods, and he did not have much trouble determining the type or validity of different samples. We concluded our review with a discussion of mean absolute deviation and standard deviation. Although these two metrics required intensive computation, the math itself was simple, though timeconsuming. I told the student that he should prepare for these calculations by writing down the steps in detail so that he could quickly review them in his downtime without resorting to opening his book."
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