Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student said she started her assignments when she had time. She worked on unit rates and did not have many issues with this topic. I asked about her test again, and she said she'll probably get it back next week. I recommended doing review in our next session, and I asked if she could write a list of the topics that will be covered on the final exam and which ones she feels the weakest on."
"The student seems to be a very motivated student. She's very committed to her work and mainly needs to remember how to work with negative and positive integers. She seems confident with the more complicated concepts."
"The student seems to be doing well with homework and in class work. She has a test coming up on Friday, so we spent most of our time reviewing challenging concepts from homework and her group practice test. She also got her latest quiz back, so we will review that in our upcoming session as test prep."
"The student seems to be struggling with multiplication. I printed a number table, and with tracing paper, I had her circle numbers related to multiples of numbers we were exploring. We explored multiple ways of presenting math statements, and I introduced the student to variables. She insisted that I assign her homework and seemed enthused at the end."
"The student showed me some problems he worked through, and we discussed them in preparation for his exam. He also sent me all of his coursework to look over."
"The student showed significant progress in sticking to and updating his agenda. It wasn't complete, but he did keep better records of his homework over the past week. I complimented him and encouraged him to keep utilizing it. Together, we worked on writing, editing, and presenting a book report summary, and finalizing the look of his report. I left him with a list of tasks he needs to accomplish by Friday for school: drawing a picture to finish his book report; building and testing his simple motion machine (he has the materials list, prediction, and build plans from our work last time); and finishing a math packet."