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"I helped the student complete assignments over polynomial operations and long division of polynomials. She did great with the polynomial operations. She had done most of that assignment on her own in class. The long division of polynomials was challenging for her. It took her multiple problems before she did one without making any mistakes."
"I helped the student review estimating fractions and adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers. Estimating fractions was a difficult concept to grasp. He wasn't sure if the fraction or mixed number should be rounded up or down. I emphasized that it is the same for rounding decimals. If the fraction is less than one half, then it is rounded down. If the fraction is a half or greater, it is rounded to one or the next whole number. The concept of adding and subtracting fractions was a lot of review for the student. He needed more attention when adding or subtracting with unlike denominators. After a careful review of how to find the least common denominator, he was able to do some practice problems on his own."
"I helped the student revise his History and ELA homework. He completed most of it on his own and only needed help with a few questions. He has been improving a lot in those two subjects. We now need to focus on bringing up his Math and Science grade. I have talked with him about getting work from his teachers and his mother has also reached out to his teachers for extra work. I spent 35 minutes with him working on practice problems. We practiced solving for a variable in one and twostep equations. After a few practice problems, he started to grasp the concept and was able to come up with his own example and solve it on his own."
"I helped the student understand some concepts and complete her homework. She's focusing on the use of logarithms and exponentials in differentiation and antidifferentiation. She first wanted to review the shortcuts, but implementing them can be tricky, especially if the problem requires her to make repeated use of the chain rule, a common and useful shortcut when differentiating. In addition to these shortcuts and lengthy differentiation problems, she should review integration by usubstitution, as I've seen students forget its useful application in the antidifferentiation of logarithmic and exponential integrands. I wish the student the best of luck moving forward."
"I helped the student with a math study guide for a test that she will have this Thursday. We covered fractions, proportions, ratios, unit rate/cost, and decimals. She did not know how to find the unit rate and unit cost based on measurement, time, and money. I helped her with those specific skills. She had a great attitude this evening while we were working. I will be tutoring her tomorrow and we will finish reviewing her study guide for her test on Thursday. I will include/upload some more strategies on proportions, ratios, and unit rate. I told her that I am confident that she is going to do great on her math test on Thursday."
"I helped the student with a review of her Math homework, adding and subtracting decimals, estimating, and associative/commutative properties. She did well with decimals, but she made a few simple adding/subtracting mistakes. Most of these were because she was trying to fit her work in a small area. I made her do the problems on scrap paper and then transfer them to her homework booklet. Also, problems with zeroes were giving her some problems, so I gave her some extra practice with these.
We went over 3.4  3.6, which is material she is having a quiz on tomorrow. I showed her, step by step, how to round to the nearest hundred thousands and how to write large numbers as decimals. I think this review will help her on her quiz. She did well on estimating and rounding smaller numbers."
We went over 3.4  3.6, which is material she is having a quiz on tomorrow. I showed her, step by step, how to round to the nearest hundred thousands and how to write large numbers as decimals. I think this review will help her on her quiz. She did well on estimating and rounding smaller numbers."
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