Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I worked on math this past session. We worked on telling time. We worked on multiplication! We also did some drawing and writing about the drawing, which the student seemed to really like. We played Bananagrams, made words, and also talked about arrays."
"The student and I worked on math, covering slopes of equations and y-intercepts. It seemed as if she understood the material fairly well. There were some points where she made minor mistakes, but she either corrected herself quickly and on her own, or she understood her mistake after I pointed it out. I told her that she knew the material well but that she needs to be more careful on tests/quizzes."
"The student and I worked on more quadratic functions and how to find their vertex, domain, range, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, axis of symmetry, and intervals of increase and decrease. We went on to work with some word problems. We went step by step, and I explained how to solve each part, which helped her tremendously. She seemed to have a firm grasp on the concepts at the end of our session."
"The student and I worked on more questions related to the upcoming exam. We started with thermodynamics and fluid flow. She demonstrated a good understanding of these topics, so we moved on to electrostatic forces. After this, we worked on some magnetic force questions."
"The student and I worked on multiple-choice questions for the Progressive Era. We also used some of the time to study for her math unit test this week."
"The student and I worked on multiplication fact families, skip counting, and word problems involving multiplication, addition, and subtraction. He needed a few prompts to initiate tasks and to stay on task. I assisted him with sentence structure and the meaning of terms like prediction and character traits while writing his nightly reading response. We studied for his social studies test, which included various explorers. Finally, we reviewed what a timeline is, plus important terms, dates, explorers, and places."