...Having the student skip while spelling words.)
3) Write important information down where the child can easily read and reference it. Remind the student where the information can be found.
4) Divide big assignments into smaller ones, and allow the child frequent breaks. Such strategies must be u... (read more)
...Usually, I meet my students at a mutually agreed upon location such as a library, coffee shop, etc.I have a Bachelor of Science degree in math from the University of Maryland. My studies there included Calculus 1, 2, & 3, Advanced Calculus 1 & 2, Probability, etc. I have tutored students for over 12 years in various math curriculums and grades. (read more)
...One of my majors for my undergraduate degree was Early Childhood Education. I am currently a Kindergarten teacher, but in college, I had experience in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classrooms. Since graduation, I have worked in a 5th and 6th grade Learning Support classroom and tutored students in 3rd- 5th grade. (read more)
...Teachers usually skip ahead of the important details of a topic in order to complete their lesson plans. If taught correctly, students would have a greater understanding of the details of a topic rather than the broad aspect of a topic. Understanding the fine details makes a subject like Math much easier to understand when topics become more difficult. (read more)
...This school year, I have been tutoring a nephew in Pre-Algebra, so I have first-hand knowledge of the curriculum. During the past 15+ years as a learning support teacher, I have taught English 10, English 11, and English 12 in a public high school, in both small-group settings and in co-taught/i... (read more)