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Private In-Home and Online Summer Tutoring in Spokane, WA

Receive personally tailored Summer lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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How can a tutor help you with summer tutoring?

Most young people lose academic skills over the summer. Let Varsity Tutors connect you with an experienced and trusted summer tutor in Spokane, WA, who may be the best match for you and your child. Your student's tutor may keep their reading and math skills up to par, using engaging reading activities and math games. Don't let your student lose two months of math skills over the summer. Keep their brains active with a fun tutor.

The tutors that our educational directors may help you find in Spokane are experienced professionals who are skilled in helping students review various subjects for the upcoming school year. Summer is a time to travel, relax, and hang out with friends. However, if your child takes two to three hours a week with a summer tutor to practice what they have learned over the last year, they won't lose what they already know and may be several steps ahead of the class in the fall.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by Gonzaga Honors Students. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
The student shared his schedule with me and we talked about what he thought he needed more help with. He said reading comprehension. We partner read to speed things up. He said he will be taking a test on the book(s) on the I pad. He reads pretty well, although a little fast. I noticed that because he reads so fast, sometimes he misses words. We will work on slowing down in future sessions.
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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
Student C: We looked at his online assignment portal, which included an assignment to draw a map by hand. I asked him to get the map subject he chose okayed with his teacher the next day and he could work on it during our session Thursday. We also reviewed his math homework, which dealt with exponents and order of operations. He had most of the work completed; he uses a calculator because the teacher said they could. I asked him whether the teacher talked to him about the need to show his work; he said yes. He did the final three problems, which were more complex, and I had him write out the process rather than just the solution. I wrote him a note to have with him about basic math rules: ALWAYS have a pencil (he only had a pen); and show your work (so the teacher knows where you erred and can correct you if you make a mistake). Finally, I made sure he knew what he needed to do to be on track with his other classes. Student K: We discussed her assignment for humanities: writing a plot summary for "Insidious 3." She had no troubles relating the plot to me, so I asked her what the teacher suggested for the assignment. She said he wanted them to relate lots of details. She showed me some of her essays for the class, and I noted that she has no problems writing. I suggested that she keep her assignment to 5 pages max, and aim for three.
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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
The student and I completed a study guide for her health class and she worked on algebra assignments.
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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
The student and I met to review his current work. I was pleased to see that he now has a filing system to keep track of all his school work. We went over his grades and work in each class so far. He just had a physics quiz and an algebra test. He did very well on the physics and has not gotten the algebra grade yet. We went over each class and talked about what he needed to do to maintain his grade or improve his grade in a few subjects. Our next meeting will be dependent on the amount of work he has that week.
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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
The student is doing wonderfully at composing methodological to-do lists on his own, and is progressing to fully fill in his planner without reminders. He also has improved in his mathematics homework in the last week. Today he struggled a bit more to attend to our construction of his daily to-do list, although we did manage to complete it within the allotted half hour. He and I also talked more about how to fill in his school planner, as many blanks remain.
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Spokane, WA Summer tutoring
We covered organization for the upcoming week and the overall term. We discussed the student's goals for the term and his objectives for working together. We scheduled assignments that are due in the next week for check-ins to check his progress with due dates as they come up. He stated that he struggles most with staying organized and on top of his course work, but is dedicated to turn this second opportunity into a success. We also discussed ways in which he could successfully navigate the Psychology program and how I can help with his psychology course work. He and I made plans to meet on Tuesday afternoons for weekly updates on course schedules and work, check-ins on current progress, and to cover any material he would like help with. We also made arrangements to communicate via text or email to remind him when assignments are due and check on his progress throughout the week.
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