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Edwardsville is located in Illinois' Madison County. Named for Ninian Edwards, the city is home to the Edwardsville Arts Center. The center offers educational opportunities with adult classes, or Adult Drop-In classes. It's for anyone over the age of 14. There are Saturday Classes for Kids available every week. In addition, you can tour the numerous rotating exhibits. Each year, the Plein Air Painting Event is hosted at the Watershed on the property. The winning piece is placed in the center!

The public is served by the Edwardsville School District 7. The top school in the district is Edwardsville High School. It is nationally recognized with a bronze medal awarded by the US News & World Report. The institution offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses, as well as college preparatory classes. Private tutoring in Edwardsville, Illinois, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school. Private tutors in Edwardsville can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, or simply "The 'e'," is a public university that offers graduate and undergraduate programs. Expert tutors in Edwardsville could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring.

You can enjoy several recreational activities throughout the city. Along with the Edwardsville Arts Center, there are numerous other cultural options. Wildey Theater is located in an old art deco building that was restored. You can enjoy blues, country, and other genre concerts, as well as theatrical performances and children's activities. Edwardsville Children's Museum offers a variety of programs and hands-on exhibits. Among the programs, there's the monthly PAWS for Reading, preschool playgroups, art play dates, and more. Learn about the county's history at the Madison County Historical Museum. There is an abundance of documents, photographs, and memorabilia from throughout the development of the area.

Explore the many parks and the 85-mile Madison County Transit Trails. The Edwardsville Township Park is a community park that offers numerous programs. There may be group projects available that promote the service towards others in the community, as well as tree planting events, the annual Touch-A-Truck festival, and more. The LTV A-7 Corsair II Naval Aircraft is on the premise. It was used in the Vietnam Conflict and served in Desert Storm.

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Tutoring review by Katherine in Edwardsville, IL
Today we worked on horizontal and vertical parabolas. The student seemed pretty comfortable with these topics. I think the only thing she had a little trouble with was setting up the word problems but, once she got the hang of it, it went very well.
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Tutoring review by Lindsey in Edwardsville, IL
When we were working through review exercises, I realized that the student still needs practice simplifying and comparing fractions. I gave the student some different methods for simplifying fractions, the definition of "percent" as "over 100", and worked through some comparing fractions games. I encouraged her to review using the online games we had played previously for practice.
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Tutoring review by Ken in Edwardsville, IL
The student and I reviewed various derivative and integration problems. I texted her pictures of solutions for a couple problems we did not finish.
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Tutoring review by Ivana in Edwardsville, IL
The student and I went over the topics of evolution, Darwin, natural selection, gene pools, the Hardy-Weinberg Principle and how to calculate it, homologous/analogous structures, speciation, phylogeny and taxonomy. Overall the session went very well and she understood the material.
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Tutoring review by Dexter in Edwardsville, IL
The student and I started the session with looking closely at a quiz he took and which he scored well on. We looked at the three questions he missed on a twenty-six question quiz and formulated strategies on how to answer "all of the following except" quiz questions, since two of the questions he missed were comprised of "all of the following except" questions. Aside from these type of questions, he performed very well, and at a glance at this quiz I could tell that he had studied hard. After we looked at the quiz, he then wrote the first draft of his AP World History essay on the contrasts between the ancient Greeks and the Persian Empire. There were specific requirements for the assignment, and he fulfilled them all: describe the political and cultural life of the Greeks in contrast with the Persians; describe the Royal Road of the Persian Empire, what its functions were, and its advantages and details; use the key words coinage, infrastructure, and caravan; describe Greece's culture, characteristics, and how Greek city-states/ poleis formed an early form of democracy. I helped the student with utilizing the "speech" mechanism on his school pad, and he found it to be very helpful as an adjunct to reading the text of his class history book as well. We went further into the contrasts between the two civilizations and wrote the main body and conclusion for his draft with main points we discovered, such as the Greek city-states and Greece as a whole being a fraction of the population size of the huge population of the Persian Empire. We also wrote how the Greek poleis started as aristocracies in government but then became democracies as all classes were able to afford armor for conscription into the Greek armies, whereas the Persian Empire was a monarchy and part theocracy based on an autocratic god-king. We also detailed how the Greeks were exclusive of foreigners while the Persian Empire was very inclusive, appreciative, adoptive, and admirable of foreign cultures that they conquered and how the Greeks at the time didn't expand into an empire since they were never centralized while the centralized Persians expanded into a vast empire with a communication network and early "postal system." I then suggested to the student that he email his first draft to his teacher for input and advice, to seek what his teacher is looking for in this assignment. He will then rewrite the paper, writing for his teacher's ideal for this essay. A productive session where the student learned about the social, political, cultural, and economic contrasts of two civilizations that were very different stories in the human record. We also discussed and made history fun and enlightening by musing about a possible third invasion of Greece by the Persian army during the Greco-Persian Wars and also discussed the Persian god-king Darius, a very interesting historical figure.
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Tutoring review by Eduard in Edwardsville, IL
We went over the student's homework on the applications of derivatives, which included the EVT, IVT, optimization, and an introduction to antiderivatives. During our session, I explained the concepts of the section, and he worked on the assignment.
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