One-on-One Tutoring

In our One-on-One Tutoring (K-12) program your child receives tutoring that targets math skills that need support or enrichment activities to enhance math strengths. Additionally, one-on-one tutoring improves attitude towards mathematics. Under excellent tutelage, students learn to break down material into discrete components, study systematically, manage their time, and develop the capacity for sound reasoning. Tutoring provides concrete opportunities to instill academic common sense: practice extensively, reread carefully, revise written material and study in advance. Most importantly, tutored students often learn to derive pleasure from studying per se. As they face and meet exacting standards, they become more intellectually sure-footed and their confidence grows. Studies show that regular, high-quality one-on-one tutoring may be the most effective after-school activity for improving academic achievement. One-on-one tutoring from well-trained staff allows after-school programs to target students’ individual strengths, weaknesses, and interests by providing direct, diagnostic mathematics instruction and mentoring. This type of tutoring is most effective when tied to the school day, allowing children to practice and reinforce what they are learning in the classroom

Small Group Tutoring

In our Collaborative Small – Group Tutoring (K-12) program students work in small groups on activities that target specific math skills and areas where they need support, or on enrichment activities that enhance their strengths. During small-group interactions, learners find many opportunities to reflect upon and reply to the diverse responses and learn to relate to their peers and other learners as they work together in group enterprises. This can be especially helpful for students who have difficulty with social skills.

Goos,Galbraith and Renshaw (2010) stated that “doing mathematics is a situated human activity and students learn to think mathematically by constructing, sharing and critiquing ideas with others.” They also emphasized that ” students should learn to communicate mathematically by constructing, sharing and experiencing the processes through which mathematics develops.” At 100% Math our small group tutoring allows learners to develop managerial procedures (metacognitive skills) for making plans, checking progress and evaluating different strategies for tackling problems.

Online Tutoring

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