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About Idaho

Idaho is a northern state that shares a small border with Canada. The mountainous area is known as the "Gem State" due the discovery of a wide variety of gemstones there. It holds seventh place on the nation's list of least densely populated states.

Idaho is a great place for students pursuing academic success, as it has multiple great high school options. Some of the top ranked public schools are Timberline High School in Boise, Wood River High School in Hailey, and Renaissance High School in Meridian. For students interested in pursuing a private education, Idaho has several private high schools, such as Riverstone International School in Boise, Northwest Academy in Naples, and Bishop Kelly High School in Boise. Private tutors are available to Idaho students in search of a tutor for test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Elliot in Idaho
We continued preparing for the student's cumulative midterm on Thursday. He hasn't been doing well on the past couple tests, so I focused on the topics at hand, gave him some guidance in how to tackle them, and also provided him with a checklist to go over before his exam in order to get him in the right mindset. He'll do great, and I'm looking forward to hearing back about how he did.
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Tutoring review by Art in Idaho
The student and I continued work in the final chapter of his Algebra text. His parent reported that his getting quite nervous about getting this course finished, and he is experiencing significant stress as a result. I did my best to reassure him that we will get through this course, and then we moved on to practicing more problems dealing with solving rational equations. By this point he has a pretty good idea as to what will be coming up on his quiz, and so we brainstormed through these anticipated problem types. We developed strategies for when to clear the denominator, when to factor, and when to add the rational functions in the process of solving. These steps should help him prepare for his quiz. We also worked through a significant amount of problems, and so he should be able to look over these notes in preparation for his quiz. No concerns.
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Tutoring review by Natalie in Idaho
I gave the student some clues to letter sounds and pronunciation, and then we practiced some familiar vocabulary, that included those letter sounds. Afterwards, we practiced vocabulary from last week's subjects, concerning playing with her grandchildren. Topics included, playing with toys, and where......having dinner, what to cook and what to eat, and going shopping. For homework, I elaborated the idea of 'At the Kitchen Sink', and added the concept of being dirty after playing, and what might happen, with related vocabulary, including what may take place after that, like resting, reading a book, watching a video, et cetera. I also gave her some words from some children's songs, and where to find some YouTube videos on children's songs in Spanish. After the review of letter sounds, I noticed an improvement in her pronunciation.
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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Idaho
Student 1 worked on learning new methods for mastering subtraction. She was engaged and showed a lot of growth. We will continue to practice subtraction and start to move forward with division and multiplication word problems. Student 2 did a great job editing her essay! She was able to read through her own work and decide what information was necessary and add details and synonyms to make her writing more interesting. We will work on a new essay next week.
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Tutoring review by Kedrin in Idaho
Student A continued working with fractions today. He worked on simplifying fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions. Student B worked on adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying fractions using greatest common factor and least common denominator. He did very well during today's session; he has a math quiz tomorrow. I've seen a lot of improvement with him; he got every question right on his assignment he turned in yesterday. Also, he completed a science worksheet today on hypotheses. I'm excited to see the progress of both students.
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Tutoring review by Lorena in Idaho
The concept covered specifically: review of multiplication tables: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 , and 10; two digit/one bottom and two top and bottom; and multiplication carrying. The student's attitude toward the material reviewed was very positive. He asked for a high five a few times. He gave himself praise for his accomplishments in this session. The strategies used in this session were illustration, repeated addition, arrays, chip model, 2-digit multiplication strategies, and carrying. He has been given math drills for extra practice. The student did very well pushing through to the next natural progression in multiplication.
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