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American University - Psychology

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University Of California, Los Angeles - Molecular, Cell And Developmental Biology

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Morgan State University - Mental Health Technology

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John Hopkins University - Special Education

How your tutor helps you master: Elementary Math


You will have learning objectives mapped out by our educational director based on your specific academic needs.


Your instructor will identify your current Elementary Math skill level, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.


Personalized instruction will teach you how to address your weaknesses, polish your strengths, and succeed.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Student 1- We covered place value to the hundred millions (reading, writing, and specific places), multi-digit addition and subtraction. Then we took data on her addition and subtraction- it was her lowest time yet. She completed 3 addition problems with 100% accuracy in 1 min and a half. Subtraction she borrows successfully and knows what she is doing.

Student 2- we worked primarily on adding parts and subtracting using a variety of sets ups (i.e. 10 is 3 and blank, blank and 3 are 8, etc.). We used visuals to do this. We practiced writing numbers in number models while doing this, as well.

The student and I reviewed her multiplication facts. She's improving on her 3's and getting faster on her 2's, 5's, 10's, and 11's. Then I introduced 4's, which she was able to get the hang of. We reviewed them a few times, and she was able to remember the solutions without having to count. I want to go over them again during our next session to reinforce her memory. We also worked on reading comprehension strategies.

Today, I brought the student a reading comprehension passage about estimating and place value in order to work on both math and reading at the same time. She read the passage aloud and did a great job reading the words. I reminded her that she can look back at the passage and even had her reread parts of it to herself. We then finished the session by playing a multiplication game, which allowed her to practice her multiplication facts. I will see her next Monday!

The student had two pages of math homework we worked on. It was an introduction to division through word problems. He felt comfortable with most of the problems as we had already reviewed division last week. He also had an extra credit assignment which allowed him to do a mix set of problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. He performed well on these problems and is retaining new information very well. I left him with a multiplication factors sheet, and asked him to review/memorize a new set each day.

Today's session with the student went well, we were able to get a practice sheet of subtraction problems finished and she read three pages out loud. Her mother brought a practice book that they had purchased during the summer to help her out and we were able to get three pages in that book completed as well.

First of all, the student and I reviewed his homework about money problems. He did well on that. Then we worked through two worksheets related to fractions together. He understood more about fractions than last week. After that, we practiced more about fractions on his common core practice book. For the other student, we solved some problems about percent of numbers and double number lines. He got a little confused on the double number lines at first. After we practiced more on that, he started to understand how to use double number lines. At last, we reviewed on converting among percents, decimals and fractions.

Today we reviewed multiplication tables. The student has improved on his memorization. He is remembering more and forgetting fewer. He has cut in half the multiplication facts that he erred on previously which is good progress. I quizzed him on this weeks spelling words. He also finished his homework; rhyming words with his spelling words. He wants to learn more vocabulary words so I brought a list for him to choose from. We used my smart phone to look up the definitions of his selected words and write a sentence using the word correctly.

The student and I worked on her angles homework. The packet for tonight's homework was a spiral review, there was a variety of skills: angles all the way to equation writing and integer practice. She has a tough time solving equations with mixed integers, so I showed her how to set an equation equal to zero in order to get all the same signs on the same side. It will hopefully build her confidence when she sees an equation with a mix of negative and positive numbers. I'm optimistic that this will work for her and allow her to build the other math skills she needs to master this term.

I met with the student to look over an elementary math worksheet. I was very excited to learn that his exam score had improved to an A. We are definitely headed in the right direction, and I am confident that he will continue to advance with consistency. I would like to continue working on identifying important details in math passages to further improve on problem solving. I am very happy with his progress.

Today, we covered more addition and subtraction- adding numbers greater than 10 and subtracting numbers. The student had a worksheet that his teacher gave him- dealt with simple subtraction. He also got a math game that we spent time on.

During this session we worked on the student's math multiplication homework. We then practiced addition and subtraction facts, followed by multiplication and division facts which he is still doing well on. The we reviewed 2 by 2 digit multiplication. His mom mentioned he will be tested for gifted so I will be looking into how to prepare him for the test.

In our session today the student and I went over sections 8.1-8.4. Our focus was measurements using inches, feet, yards, miles. We also began looking at liquid measurements (cups pints, quarts, gallons). She enjoyed using her ruler to measure various objects to the nearest 1/4 inch. She had a good grasp on deciding which unit to use when measuring. We then moved to reviewing liquid measurements. With more practice I am confident that she will master this topic. She was thrilled to receive a 93 on her last math assignment!

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