Award-Winning Summer Tutors in Salt Lake City, UT

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Private In-Home and Online Summer Tutoring in Salt Lake City, UT

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.

How can a tutor help you with summer tutoring?

During the summer, your child is likely thrilled to relax and have a good time. However, studies have shown that when school lets out for summer, your child ends up losing two to three months of reading and math skills. By the fifth grade, this could be the equivalent of a two- to three-year learning deficit. As a result of summer learning loss, your child spends about six weeks when school picks back up going over the material from their previous year. In order to prevent learning loss, your student should spend two to three hours a week engaged in learning activities, whether they are reading challenging books or interacting with mathematical games and toys. You may prevent the achievement gap in your child by employing a summer tutor in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Let Varsity Tutors find you an expert tutor who may create personalized study sessions designed to keep your child learning during the summer months. The educational directors may quickly assess your child to determine their math and reading proficiency levels, learning style, personal interests, and personality type to match them with a summer tutor in Salt Lake City.

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Session Summaries by Summer Tutors

Summer Tutoring review by Brittany in Salt Lake City, UT
The student and I met for the first time this afternoon. We went over his classes, his extracurricular activities and his problem areas. He really likes math and science but struggles with history and English. We talked about the ways in which I could help him. We've begun the process of getting organized. I told him to write everything in his planner at the start of class (homework, assignments, upcoming work, etc.) in his planner every day this week. We worked on organizing his history binder - he needs a hole puncher and possibly more dividers. In terms of the classes he likes, he seems to have a good handle on his assignments; for the others he seems to have an idea, but I think proper organization could help. We will continue to work on it.
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Summer Tutoring review by Kameco in Salt Lake City, UT
We looked over his calendar planner to make sure that he was entering important dates and deadlines. We also discussed his grades, study habits, consistency, and work ethic. We went over a plan of action moving forward and I made recommendations to his parents as well. We will execute the plan in parts or in full depending on the student's actions over this week.
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Summer Tutoring review by Linda in Salt Lake City, UT
The student had a homework assignment in English/grammar wherein he had to select the adverbs and the words they modified in 10 sentences. Some of the sentences were a little tricky but he did well. Next we reviewed the cycles of the biosphere in preparation for an upcoming test. I provided him with a graphic organizer that he found very useful for note taking.
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Summer Tutoring review by Monica in Salt Lake City, UT
Monday afternoon was my first session with the two students. I worked with Student C on a letter of introduction his math teacher gave him: an essay that would essentially help her know how best to reach each of her students. He was having difficulties getting his thoughts together, so I asked him questions to expand his responses, such as why he liked geometry (he has a penchant for special relations) but not statistics (symbols don't mean anything to him really). I had him do some freewriting on the bullet points the teacher had listed on the essay assignment that appealed to him the most, and the one that appealed to him the least. I also put together a suggested timeline for him to finish the paper, which is due Friday. I complimented him on being able to write on the spot, as I believe that writing is one of the most personal things we do. Student K showed me her calendar, her binder for courses, and her biomech lab notebook. She is in the middle of reading a series of books for her humanities class, and was eagerly relating to me the finer points of the plot and themes. She has to do pretty much the same exercise in front of her class when she is finished with the book, but said that she has issues with stuttering and gets nervous in front of people sometimes. I said that she was doing very well just in front of her brother and me, and that her class was just a few more people. I drew from my singing training (she also has sung in choir) and demonstrated how she could lie on her back on the floor at home and notice her breathing, and we also worked on noticing breathing into our backs as methods of quieting extraneous tension and nervousness.
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Summer Tutoring review by Rebecca in Salt Lake City, UT
The student and I went over his weekly planner and worked on practice PSAT questions for the verbal section.
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Summer Tutoring review by Melissa in Salt Lake City, UT
The student did a better job of remembering his planner so far this week. He has been writing big assignments in it. I am trying to show him the benefits of having his homework list on his planner each night. This is something I will continue to emphasize. That being said, he has been doing a great job of keeping on top of his assignments. He has not left any major assignments to the last minute; he has a head start on things due a week or even more ahead of time. I will encourage him to keep this up. He is starting strong this school year!
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