Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Student A: We worked on math, focusing on solving multi-step algebraic equations, especially from word problems. Student B: We reviewed for her upcoming test on graphing linear and absolute value inequalities, and piecewise and step functions. She expressed frustration over her recent quizzes, in which she doubted herself and changed answers that had turned out to be right in the first place, losing points as a result. However, she has a good grasp of the material and is determined to do well, so hopefully that confidence will translate into an improved performance on material previously missed."
"The assignment was to figure out power using GPower. She was unable to use the platform so most of the session was spent troubleshooting. She will get a new computer tomorrow and we will meet again to go over it tomorrow."
"The client had to do a project on correlation and regression, creating the dataset, running it in SPSS and reporting the results. We created a scenario with two IV's and one DV and created a multiple linear regression model. We also finished up her last two homework problems."
"The concept we covered was mainly double integrals. The student needed to review on how to evaluate double integrals before taking a quiz tomorrow. The student was committed to learning the concept. The student did most of the work, and just wanted me to make sure they were done correctly. The student needed a review in how to apply integration by parts whenever it was called for in which I given a few time during the session. The student seemed to get a better understanding in how to evaluate double integrals at the end of our session."
"The concepts addressed were factors, multiples, problem solving, and organizational skills. The student's attitude was mostly positive. Strategies included in session were problem solving and organization of thoughts. The student was left with practice problems to complete."
"The concepts covered are the following: Evaluating functions, writing an equation of a line given two points, graphing linear functions, average rate of change, making a scatter plot, drawing a line of best fit, and choosing two points on the scatter plot to create an equation of a line. The student understands the concepts taught during the session. I checked for understanding throughout the lesson by asking questions and listening to her responses. The student had a positive attitude throughout the lesson. I believe we were successful regarding the material she wanted to cover."