7 Steps NOW For Your Child To Get Good Math Grades Next School Year

Summer can be a great time to turn around one’s history of performance in math classes. It’s really quite easy, by following the Seven (7) steps detailed below.

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1. Initial Assessment of Your Child’s Study Skills -
This includes interviewing parents, along with a self-assessment tool for students. Further, a math skills test that’s appropriate for the child’s grade level, is also given.

In order to make certain that your child has the proper foundation, this comprehensive assessment will allow us to know what needs to be learned PRIOR to them going into the next year’s math course.

2. Helpful Hints and Suggestions For Your Child -
A+ Results Tutoring will also provide you and your child with additional assessment tools, feedback, and helpful strategies for having a solid foundation of what was supposed to have been picked up, as of the last grade completed.

Time management, a focused study environment, and a lack of distractions, are just a few of the many helpful things that we will work on with your child, with your help, in order to direct their focus clearly to their studies.

3. Customized Quizzes, With Your Child’s Needs In Mind - Quizzes that are built upon initial assessments of your child’s areas, along with newly discovered areas, will be periodically given to your child. Between the periodic quizzes and the tutor’s interaction with your child, we will be able to stay on top of what areas need to be further addressed in your child’s skills.

4. Reinforced Learning Of Known Areas of Need - The tutor will give your child customized homework assignments. This is meant to reinforce areas that the tutor knows your child needs help solidifying.

Instead of your child worrying about testing deadlines, they will be able to focus on “cleaning up house” on knowledge that they need to prepare for the next school year. Your child’s tutor will be seen as a person who’s trying to help them, not in the role of a person who’s “out to get” them.

5. Preview Of What’s To Come In Next Year Of Math -
Your child will be given a sampling of topics and problems that are expected to be covered in their next year of math. The tutor will be watching very closely for areas that seem to be getting in the way of your child’s understanding and ability to learn the newer topics. Reinforcement of groundwork areas will be given to your child. This will fill in gaps from a forward-looking perspective.

6. Bridge Gaps On Skills Needed For Next Year Of Math - Areas that your child’s tutor believes need to be covered, in order to further solidify your child’s preparation for the next year of math, will also be covered with your child. This will further bridge taking your child from past math, connecting it to the future, and leaving them confident going into the next year’s math, whether it’s a new math class, or they’re having to repeat a class.

7. Practice Tests On Expected Topics For The Coming Year’s Math - Your child’s tutor will also provide quizzes that cover a sampling of problems that could prove challenging for your child in their upcoming math course. The benefit of this is that your child will know what they’re already prepared for, as well as areas wherein they will need additional study. This will greatly increase your child’s perception of themselves and their math abilities.

Very important for you as a parent, is that you and your child complete the Summer with the peace of mind and satisfaction that comes with advanced insight into what your child will be covering. When your child’s teacher approaches the class to announce a new topic, your child will be able to confidently sit and listen for areas to “fill in gaps” - not to be caught off-guard.

Thank you for reading about the 7 Steps NOW For Your Child To Get Good Math Grades Next School Year. We believe that you and your child will enjoy this very comprehensive approach to learning mathematics. Starting with interviews, assessments on study habits, ensuring past knowledge has been solidified, then even looking into preparing for the math of the next school year, puts your child in a position of being on top of their game and confident about what to expect.

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