Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I worked on perimeter. We worked through a variety of problems and he was able to solve and understand them well."
"We reviewed for his chapter 7 math test. He seems ready for the test and we will review more before the test takes place."
"Went through the student's math homework on logs and natural logs, solving equations using, how to manipulate and condense log expressions. Reviewed chemistry of acids and bases, pH, and neutralization."
"We reviewed a variety of concepts including: area, circumference, diameter, radius, proportions, percents, angles, etc."
"Student one: Today we briefly touched on counting money, and also did a few timed subtraction worksheets. Student two: States and capitals and long division."
"We covered the math section on monetary conversions; general ratio conversion tutoring. We also reviewed Algebraic concepts. Discussed plans for work through future testing."
"Reviewed some basics of terminology and concepts for equations and how this relates to the concept of polynomials (equations having more than one term). Did a selective mix of problems from the textbook to practice working with polynomials - identifying them and classifying their orders. Went on to do polynomial math - adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing polynomials and in the process, reviewing past concepts and properties of numbers - distributive, communicative, and similar properties of exponents. Slowly worked our way up to practicing the FOIL method for multiplying two binomials."
"Topics: Reading, adding multiple-digit numbers. Progress: This session went extremely well. I had been talking to him about the math and reading in ways that relate to his life, and he suddenly seemed really motivated by it."
"Worked on finding equations of hyperbolas based on asymptotes and points. Reviewed chemistry quiz to discuss mistakes and how to prevent them in the future."
"The student and I worked on terms in geometry such as points, lines, line segments and angles and different types of angles. We were working on creating flash cards with easy to study pictures and important key words to definitions."
"We focused on different types of transformations including translations, rotations, reflections and dilations."
"In order to address the student's need to work on basic multiplication and division facts, we did flashcards and played math war."