Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Definition of one to one functions. Inverses of functions. Composition of functions. Graphing functions and their inverses. Deriving an inverse of a given function. Productive session. The student is ahead of the class."
"I worked with him in the present tense of the verbs we have seen, then we translated sentences using the verbs. I explained about certain common pronouns and prepositions. He has an innate ability for the language, he is smart."
"In this session, the student and I continued covering his chapter on chemical equilibrium. We first worked on a worksheet assigned to him and then went over homework that he completed previously. The problems mainly dealt with finding the equilibrium constant or finding one of the concentrations of the products or reactants in the equilibrium equations. Also, I taught him how changes in pressure, temperature, and volume affect the equilibrium of the equation. He seems to have a good grasp of this chapter."
"We went over Algebra. The student is quick at learning new math skills. In math, one should be very methodical about problem solution so that it is easy to look back and follow your trail. I have discussed this with her, and she is working on this."
"We worked on a review of all three sections along with a vocabulary flashcard session. The specific target that we worked on was using any Latin and Greek root knowledge to get at word meaning."
"The student and I started working through the study and practice questions for her upcoming macroeconomics exam. We had previously worked through her class slides up to the chapters about unemployment and so went through that portion of the study questions without much trouble, as after our previous work on it, she has come to understand the concepts much better. Once we reached questions relating to material in the later sections we hadn't tackled together yet, we returned to the slides and alternated between them and the study questions, while I occasionally drew supplementary graphs to her attention. She has really started to grasp the concepts that we talk through together, and is able to apply them with only a little support."