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Physiology Tutoring review by Christopher in Vancouver, WA
The student worked on his science homework, which focused on the Chesapeake Bay watershed and involved researching a website provided by the teacher to find the answers to the questions asked. He had a little trouble focusing on the task at hand and researching the site strategically, so I encouraged him to conduct his research methodically. We then began to work on a math project due Friday on rounding. We started to plan out what the project would focus on and how to organize it. Hd struggled to make a plan and conceptualize the project and how it would look. He wants to rush through the assignment and get it over with, so we worked together to try to make a plan and outline for the project. His overall attitude was positive, and he's a fun kid.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Joel in Vancouver, WA
The student has started the Thermodynamics unit, so I showed him how to use the isothermal lines on a Pressure vs. Volume graph. Then we worked through some problems using the ideal gas law and thermal expansion. Then we discussed what happens when various parts of the ideal gas law change, and how that would look on a graph.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Devon in Vancouver, WA
Yesterday was my first session with the student. We spent the majority of our session reviewing where she made her mistakes on a quiz she brought to review. The concepts that the evaluation covered were significant figures, accuracy/precision, uncertainty in measurement, unit-prefix conversions, and dimensional analysis. She seemed to understand the basic concepts within each topic, but she was a little uncomfortable and lacked confidence when it came to solving the problems. Although she does not seem prone to taking shortcuts, she made her mistakes through forming habits/assumptions about each type of problem (e.g. assuming that the mL value goes on the bottom of the conversion factor for L to mL). Once she understood the logic behind selecting the appropriate number of significant figures and setting up dimensional analysis problems, arriving at the correct answer became much easier for her. She performed best when she understood why she was solving a problem a certain way as opposed to following a particular protocol. Overall, she had a positive attitude and was very receptive to advice. I told her that she would probably benefit from extra practice with these sorts of problems, and that she should double-check her answers using multiple methods (for example, the "decimal bunny hop" method is useful for checking her dimensional analysis method). By the end of the session, her confidence in her ability to solve these types of problems noticeably increased, and she also achieved the correct answer on a much more regular basis. I look forward to meeting with her again and helping her convert her current conceptual weaknesses into strengths.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Michael in Vancouver, WA
We covered basic electron orbital theory; she showed a very good grasp of the material but benefited from reassurance that she is correct. Her approach towards studying the material is working well for her.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Victor in Vancouver, WA
We covered the periodic table and elements' properties. The student had great attitude toward the material that was reviewed.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Hannah in Vancouver, WA
In today's session, the student completed all of his chemistry notes on states of matter, phases and chemical/ physical changes. He is almost caught up with the class notes, just one more short one tomorrow. Afterwards we are going to focus on the notes from his physics and biology classes and also try to get in some review problems of the material we have been covering.
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