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Talented Elementary Math tutors are nearby and highly prepared to assist you in your educational journey. They hail from the highest caliber of schools including MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and additional high-caliber institutions.

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Undergraduate Degree:
Carleton College - Economics

Graduate Degree:
Rutgers - Finance + Supply Chain Management

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Undergraduate Degree:
Quinnipiac University - Mass Communications

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Undergraduate Degree:
New York University - Mathematics

Graduate Degree:
New York University - Secondary Math Education

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student worked great today, especially considering she thought she was on the way to the pool. Topics covered: number bonds, parts of whole, groupings, counting by 2, addition, subtraction, place value with numbers to 200, patterns, and some money counting.

During today's session, the student and I discussed the concept of perspectives again using a puzzle. I helped her put together a puzzle without knowing what the image would be. From there, she was able to understand seeing parts of a story vs. seeing the whole story much better. After, we practiced phonics short e sound and reviewed subtraction. Our next session will be focused on finishing any assignments left for the week.

In Math, we reviewed multiplication facts - 2,3,4,5. We also did mixed review including subtraction, addition, place value, money, and word problems. We spent extra time on the word problems - taking extra care to review the steps to solving a word problem since he is improving but still needs extra practice.

In reading, we worked on sequencing and identifying the main idea. He did well in both exercises. We reviewed the importance of underlining the answer in the story to be sure that he is selecting the correct response.

I spent some time talking to him casually to improve his oral response and also asked him to explain many of his answers. His oral skills are definitely improving, and we will continue to work on them in future sessions.

Today was all about drilling. I had the student focus on speed and accuracy in multiplication tables, division, and adding fractions. We reviewed the concept of least common denominator and why it is necessary to add fractions, which he struggled with at first. At the end of the session there was noticeable improvement. The session ended with him being noticeably happy and content with the hard work he put in today.

The student read a Dr. Seuss book aloud for me and it was great practice for her. She had to pay attention to each word and slow down her reading speed. I would encourage her to continue reading those books. She told me multiple times that she loves reading in class and outside of class, so the next step is to continue to find more complex narratives for her to enjoy. We talked about looking for historical books so that she also learns history as she reads. We also continued on with a few more exercises about nouns. She is a little less enthusiastic with math, but she still does really well. We went over even/odd, counting by 2,4, and 5, and grouping numbers (to prepare her for basic multiplication and division).

The student and I focused on math. We quickly reviewed addition and subtraction with numbers less than 10. Then discussed adding numbers that were greater than 10.

First session. Worked on math homework. Practiced addition and multiplication facts. Knows math vocab very well. Have a better understanding now of where he is at and what will be worked on in future sessions.

This session the student and I continued to talk about Physics. We also started to talk about the SAT math section.

The student had a quiz the next day, so we met up to review the sections that will be covered on his quiz. I prepared a few questions for him to try and go over, and then we worked on problems in his book. We practiced rules of derivatives for his quiz. This included: chain rule, product rule, sum and difference rule, quotient rule, and the power rule. We also went over using the difference quotient and finding the equations of tangent lines and finding specific points tangent to the given line.

We began reviewing geometry with the first student. We reviewed systems of equations, finding the intersection point and finding the ratio of triangles using trigonometry rules. Next week we will come up with ways to remember the properties so they are easy to complete when doing homework or exams and we will work on past correcting past homework assignments to make sure all concepts are understood. The session then transitioned to the second student where we reviewed taking the derivative of functions and the chain rule. We reviewed polynomial functions as well as exponential and logarithmic/natural log problems.

We went through trigonometric substitution integrals and trigonometric integration. I explained the topic in a more intuitive way than in the class which the student seemed to grasp. He will work on his integration skills for the next session.

The student and I went over her chemistry homework on ion formation. Then we worked on her physics homework on types of energy. We did some review for her algebra exam and worked through her algebra assignment. She got an 18/20 on her recent algebra quiz!

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