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1-on-1 Tutoring

At Math N’ More, our goal is to help students understand and appreciate mathematics, as well as to develop their confidence in the subject. Our experienced tutors provide engaging and individualized and small group tutoring sessions that are tailored to each student’s needs. 

#MathisLife!

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What You'll Need

1. The Proper Technology

1 desktop or laptop with Zoom downloaded, a tablet (iPad, Fire tablet, or Andriod) and a Stylus (Apple pen or other Stylus).

Is your device charged and/or plugged in?

Is your internet connection running smoothly?

Does your Zoom microphone work?

Is the microphone sensitivity too high or does your microphone sound like a robot?

What about your webcam?

TIP: It is always a good idea to sign on for class a few minutes early. That gives you time to have everything loaded and troubleshoot anything that does not appear to be working properly.

2. Prepare Your Learning Environment

Below are some useful items to keep close by:

  • Note-taking paper

  • Writing utensils such as pens and pencils

  • Coloring materials like markers, crayons, or colored pencils

  • Highlighter

  • Calculator

  • Ruler

  • Snack and water bottle

TIP: When it comes to virtual learning, students will need a study area that is comfortable and has sufficient lighting. It's also beneficial to have a space free from external interruptions to maintain focus and motivation while studying.

3. Talk to Your Teachers

In virtual math classes, it's important to maintain communication with the teacher to get help with questions about math work. Due to the number of students, the teacher may not notice if you have a question, but you can use a virtual hand or the teacher's signal to ask for help. If necessary, turn on your microphone to politely address the teacher. Even if you don't have questions, it's still important to keep a connection with the teacher by chatting about non-math topics at the end of class. Teachers miss this communication with their students in virtual learning, and it's a crucial part of their day.

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