Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"General overview of multi-variable function notation and integration. Review of vector fields and their application on line integrals. Outlining closed curve integrals and their relation to iterated integrals using Green's theorem. Trigonometric substitution review. Computing the divergence and curl of a vector field.
Great job today!"
Great job today!"
"Great session. The student did very well on her last chapter test, and she did well today with multiplying and dividing decimals. I gave her an assignment to practice the multiplication facts, and told her I would quiz her next session. She is well prepared for this chapter quiz."
"He did well today and was focused. He didn't have any homework, so we spent most of the class working on word problems and then some time at the end reviewing multiplying and dividing mixed numbers/fractions for his test tomorrow. He's well prepared, though it takes him some time to warm up and get confidence. That's why I'd mix up multiplication and division problems, so he's not just automatically flipping the second fraction and is paying attention to whether the question is multiplying or dividing."
"He needed help with learning how to do the rest of the trig graphs that he hadn't practiced yet. After doing that, I reviewed the final review and we went through all the harder parts. He felt ready for the final after that."
"I am so impressed with the student's progress! She even told me she liked when I came! She is getting much better at identifying different approaches to her math, tailoring it to her specific needs. She did a great job on double-digit subtraction, and then we completed two timed computation worksheets. She is improving her time by at least a minute!"
"I assigned a short story to read over the weekend, Guy de Maupassant's "The Necklace." The student will, in the following week, write a paper on the major themes present in the work. We then continued to cover special functions in the Algebra book, leading up to her Algebra assignment for the weekend."