Making Math Easier: Ongoing 3rd Grade Math, Beginning August 2021
In this ongoing class we will practice and review the basic 3RD grade Math skills from August through December 2021.
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Once per week
learner per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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BASICALLY - IF your child needs it, I can edit this class for your student (which I have done with ALL my tutoring sessions). Please feel free to contact me and we can work to give your child the flexibility within structure she or he needs. :) NOTE: On a WEEKLY basis this series will be covering the FIRST half of the school year. As needed I will send an email of upcoming supplies; no less than two days before class. I have listed below the schedule for the first eight weeks. If 2 or more...
Students will practice, review and discuss the appropriate 3rd grade Math skills as listed in the "Course Description".
Having left the corporate world, where I mentored and taught personnel, I began teaching and tutoring elementary and middle school students in every subject with a focus upon Math. My specialty in teaching is making things simpler. No matter the Math or Language Arts, I seek to make it easier for the student to learn and succeed. Besides having been teacher certified by our state, I am also TESL certified through two companies. For the last three years I have been online or face-to-face tutoring Math and Language Arts to elementary and middle school students. In that span I have taught over 3,000 lessons. Positive encouragement and creating opportunities for student success are driving forces in my classroom. I purchased the elementary school-level textbooks with the Common Core curriculum and draw from them for my classes.
NO homework, unless parent requests it....(surprise!)....EXCEPT for week 6 when I will ask the students to make and decorate less than, YES! LESS THAN! 30 flash cards. :) ** NOTE: To learn multiplication tables students should practice **
A pencil and paper at the minimum. This is not a passive-listening class. The students will be interacting with the Zoom "whiteboard". ** An ipad, computer, or laptop (not chrome book so far) is IDEAL because these allow the student to write his/her answers on the Zoom "whiteboard".
Assessment will occur as students participate verbally and in writing as we solve the Math. Also, one benefit of keeping the classes small is that I can consistently let the parents or guardian know how well the student is doing.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
> GoMath text for California and Florida > On occasion I may use video to reinforce a lesson OR just for the fun of it :) ALL of these will be totally prescreened by me! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND and may also use https://www.youtube.com/user/eHowEducation OR khanacademy.org.
Providing positive encouragement and opportunities for student success in a flexible structure
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
52 total reviews
59 completed classes
Education just seems to be in my blood. My grandmother, mother, father, sister, brother, niece and sister-in-law have all been educators. Mine began in the business world as I trained adults, wrote curriculum, created department procedures and...