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About Kings Mills

Kings Mills, Ohio, located in Warren County, is a census-designated place in the southwestern section of the Deerfield Township. The community was first established in 1884, and it was a King Powder Company and Peters Cartridge Company town. King Mills is along the western shore of the Little Miami River and is about 20 miles northeast of Cincinnati.

Many of the community's students attend Kings High School, which is run by the Kings Local School District. Kings High has received a gold medal from US News for its respected academic programs, and it is one of Ohio's finest high schools.

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We went over the student's last pop quiz. We also reviewed the homework assignment for the day. Last, we discussed ways for the student to handle quizzes.
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We started by discussing percentage and fraction conversions, and then dove into the student's week 1 homework assignment. We went over many basic concepts including qualitative vs. quantitative data, as well as the level of measurement (i.e.: ordinal, nominal, etc.). We discussed stem and leaf plots, as well as box and whisker plots. She is very sociable and is responding to instruction well. She seems to have some difficulty with the material at first, but does well after I explain and provide an example. We also covered mean, median, and mode. She noted that graphs are one of the harder parts of the class for her, so I will make sure to focus on graphs in the future.
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I worked with the student on telling time. I think he has a better grasp of telling time, although he still struggles a little with telling which hour it is on occasion. He has been getting better though, and with time, I anticipate his improving greatly. We also worked on two pages of his workbook, some of it orally. The problems he worked on were basic multiplication facts, equality vs. inequality, borrowing, carrying, etc. We ended the session by playing his arithmetic game. He did a good job today!
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Today we covered a wide range of topics involving the student's homework from school. I left her with homework related to topics she is taught in school.
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We continued our exploration of series convergence, focusing today on the alternating series test, the ratio test, how they fit together, and reinforcing the strength chart as a rule of thumb. The student understands the tests themselves individually but putting them together in sequence to undo the knotted string that is series convergence has been a challenge. She seems to understand how I think through them, but struggles to find her own way. I have suggested that she keep a single page document handy with all of the convergence tests in one place so she doesn't have to go digging through her notes every time.
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The student reviewed solving exponentials/logarithmic equations and trig/quadratic functions. Our primary focus was on modeling real life experiences using each. She has a final exam on Wednesday. She has exhibited improved confidence and mastery of the material. Currently, she has an overall grade of 85%.
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