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"This session I assisted the student with correcting and completing math problems. I facilitated a math flashcard game covering similar problems the teacher wished for the student to focus on. The student informed me that math was fun today."
"The student and I finished working on exercises from her school curriculum. We then moved on to more indepth math including identifying parts vs. the total and appropriate operations to use. She shows great success in strengthening her mental math skills as well as her ability to explain how she solved the problem which is a shift from the rote skills she was using at the beginning of our sessions together. I am delighted with her progress. We will continue to work on number stories and number models in our next session. We ended the session reviewing number sequencing and fact families from our prior work together."
"I helped the student with a practice test in preparation for a computerized test she'll have to take in school next week. We opted for the practice test in math today. Unfortunately, this practice test offered no feedback on her performance, but I believe she did well."
"Today, instead of coming up with more math problems for her, we studied for her geography quiz coming up. I helped her practice where the states are located on the map and we played some quiz games on my phone to help her. She feels more confident about that upcoming quiz and I felt it was a much better use of our time than more practice problems."
"The student and I covered: 1) Long Division; DMSB loop, remainders, 2) Properties of Squares & Rectangles; finding the area, perimeter, measure of angles, and missing lengths/widths, 3) Fractions; subtracting/adding fractions with different denominators, converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa, placing mixed numbers in simplest form, simplifying proper fractions, creating equivalent fractions, remembering to do the same to the numerator that is done to the denominator, finding greatest common factor, 4) Multiplication; multidigit, stacking numbers, regrouping/borrowing, going over and finding strategies to memorize times tables, 5) Addition/Subtraction; multidigit, lining up columns, regrouping/borrowing, adding/subtracting fractions, 6) Story Problems; taking note of important information by underlining and rewriting, remembering to read the problem more than once, and 7) Number Sense; place value of digits. This session was my last session with the student until late September, so in this session, we reviewed every concept that we have ever covered and I assessed his progress. He is doing great with the properties of squares & rectangles (measure of angles, finding missing length/width, finding area & perimeter), addition/subtraction, story problems, number sense, and creating equivalent fractions. Daniel is doing okay with long division. The only thing that is making long division difficult for the student is the multiplication part of the "DMSB" (Division, Multiplication, Subtraction, Bring it down) loop. He has made a lot of progress with multiplication and he knows how to do it but he struggles when it comes to remembering his times tables. If he is able to memorize his times tables over the summer, he will have a much easier time with all other concepts next school year. He understands the processes of all major concepts, he just needs a lot of time when he gets to the multiplication part of a problem. Spending so much time on the multiplication part of a long division problem, for instance, makes the student feel like he has lost his place in a problem, which takes a toll on his confidence and motivation to finish the problem. This summer, the student should focus on his times tables, long multiplication, fractions, and long division. He has made significant progress these past few weeks. He has become more confident and motivated to do math. He has improved in all areas that he was previously hesitant about. I am sure that he will continue to advance and excel this summer."
"I used this session to reinforce what I worked with them on yesterday.
For Student 1 this included writing his name (which he knows by memory now), shapes, and simple addition. I also introduced fruits, vegetables, and what colors they should be. He knew about half of the fruits/vegetables already, and I taught him the ones that he had difficulty with.
For Student 2, I gave him more vocabulary words, and had him spell them three times each, and write them in sentences. After this, I introduced him to fractions (halves, thirds, and quarters). This is new material for him, I know we will be working on this in the future."
For Student 1 this included writing his name (which he knows by memory now), shapes, and simple addition. I also introduced fruits, vegetables, and what colors they should be. He knew about half of the fruits/vegetables already, and I taught him the ones that he had difficulty with.
For Student 2, I gave him more vocabulary words, and had him spell them three times each, and write them in sentences. After this, I introduced him to fractions (halves, thirds, and quarters). This is new material for him, I know we will be working on this in the future."
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