Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed for her chapter test. We went over concepts that she said need a bit of review, which were coordinate geometry problems and long proofs involving triangle congruence and parallel lines. We did some coordinate geometry problems. I thought she did much better job than last time and was very comfortable with them as the session went along and we did more problems. She felt very good about it at the end and knew the correct formula to apply in the coordinate problem. She was also very good with the variable coordinates, which were one thing she struggled with. At the end, we did a couple of proofs together and she wanted to practice the long 8-10 step proof. We did a couple of those. She was very happy with those and didn't have any issues with them. Overall, I thought she did a good job with the problems and proofs we did and was ready for the test."
"The student and I reviewed for her test that will be on Tuesday. We mostly reviewed proofs for congruent triangles and the concepts involved with those. She understood all concepts involved in the proofs, but struggled with the actual process of coming up with the proofs herself. We talked about strategies to help her with that process. She had a great attitude throughout the session and was focused on her work."
"The student and I reviewed for her upcoming test. We used exterior angle inequality and the hinge theorem to state inequalities about vertices and sides of triangles. I drilled the types of triangle transversal, their points of concurrency, and the associated theorems. She did well."
"The student and I reviewed for his upcoming test today. He needed help learning new concepts, so that is what we worked on. He was eager to learn and study for his test."
"The student and I reviewed her study guide in preparation for her final exam. Specific topics included two-column proofs, solving quadratics by factoring, and using the formula, linear equations, solving system of linear equations by elimination and substitution, finding missing angles in triangles, line segments, parallel lines, and transversals."
"The student and I reviewed his homework from yesterday. He was able to answer all the questions with ease."