Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We covered parallel and perpendicular lines, the relationships between angles created by the transversal of two parallel lines, and how to apply what we know about parallel and perpendicular lines to create an accurate rectangular volleyball court in the real world."
"We covered proofs, specifically for his upcoming test. We went over theorems, postulates, and others. He should do practice questions over the weekend and email me with any questions or concerns."
"We covered rate equations related to the student's homework. We solved equations of combined rates and those covering a final rate and a contributing rate. The student picked up the material quickly and thoroughly."
"We covered same-side interior, alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding angles. The student needs more practice in doing arithmetic. She seems to want to learn and was able to do the problems on her own when the session was over. I will make some flashcards with geometry terms to help her memorize the definitions."
"We covered slope-intercept form, finding the midpoint, and the slope of a line when you are given two points. Once we reviewed the formulas for each and went through them, the student seemed to have a really good grasp on it. We also went over complementary/supplementary angles, perpendicular, parallel, and skew lines, as well as some theorems and postulates. He seemed to have the most struggle with vocab, but once we covered everything and went over formulas, he really did seem to understand it really well. For most questions he had, I'd start to help out and he was able to remember the info and finish out the rest of the work. It was a good session."
"We covered some more proofs of triangle congruence, got a decent amount of practice on SAS, SSS, and ASA congruence as well as some more practice on mathematical proofs. Then, we moved on to chemistry and began discussion on the quantum mechanical model and Bohr models of the atom. The student really seems to be enjoying chemistry and all of the cool details about it, quickly grabbing on to some of the more convoluted topics like the Uncertainty Principle."