Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Went over sight and spelling words for this week. Did weekly math homework sheet. Spent last half hour reading a book of the student's choice."
"Because it's the students' first week back to school, the student did not have much to work on for homework. Her assignment consisted of multiplication word problems that we were able to get through fairly quickly. The rest of the time was doing multiplication review. We spent 20 minutes reviewing through a website that consisted of math games. The next 20 minutes was integrating comparisons using <,>, and = signs while practicing multiplication sentences."
"We reviewed/tested on key concepts of probability and solving algebraic expressions. His confidence has greatly improved in this area. He is confident that he can analyze a problem effectively and solve with accuracy. When he takes his time to analyze, he does well."
"Per usual, the student is a joy to work with. We worked on fractions and multiplication tables today. He has agreed to work on his 7s, 8s, 9s. What's beautiful is his thirst for knowledge and constant desire to push himself to do better"
"During this session, the student and I worked on some homework consisting of word problems in one variable. I was happy to see that her thinking was usually on the right track, but she sometimes would neglect some of the information being given. After doing a couple examples together, she seemed to understand better, and we will definitely practice those in our next session."
"Today we went over her homework for the week. The homework was pretty complex and covered correlation analysis, confidence intervals, and conceptual problems. The student is very good with math I can tell. She is just looking for assistance with figuring out which equations to use and how to start each problem. I told her to not read these problems word for word because it can be overwhelming. I want her to just look for what is given to her and what the problem wants her to find or calculate. Then she can try to figure what equation she can use to obtain the answer using the information provided in the problem. I plan to meet with her again next week to help her with more homework."