Did you know that the level of a student’s intelligence is usually not the primary deficiency in being successful in middle school or high school mathematics? There is a myriad of reasons that students struggle with mathematics. These range from attendance, attention span, instruction, and personal issues, to math anxiety and low self-esteem and motivation.
Today’s middle school and high school classrooms present unique challenges for educators. Classrooms are filled with very diverse populations of students who bring a variety of skills, gaps, and needs to the class. Too often, educators are not able to meet all the individual needs of each student. Even in most intervention settings, a “one size fits all” approach is used.
- Is your son or daughter struggling with mathematics?
- Does he or she have math anxiety?
- Are their gaps in your child’s math learning due to absences from an illness or a family emergency?
- Could your middle school or high school child benefit from a tutorial and review of mathematics?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, your child needs:
Algebra I Mathematics Tutorial: Review of Middle School and Algebra I Mathematics
for more information, register for the FREE orientation webinar
for parents that will be Thursday, June 22, 2017, at 7 pm CDT.
Successful completion of this course will help strengthen a middle school or high school student’s math skills before returning to school this fall. Active engagement in this tutorial/review will help prepare your child for the more challenging standards and pace of mathematics they face in today’s classes.
A blended approach will be employed during the month. A pre-assessment will be given initially to identify each students’ greatest areas of need. There will be two live weekly support sessions – topically focused. These will be presented via webinar and will be 2-hours in length. Each will include a presentation of material as well as a time for Q&A. The second component is an on-line platform that students will have access to for two years. It provides an on-line text, numerous problem-solving opportunities, video and power point presentations, examples, helpful hints, an individualized study plan, and more. Students will be expected to actively work each week in the on-line platform.
If you have further questions please feel free to email: TammyJones@TLJConsultingGroup.com
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