Our math tutoring program starts with the basic fundamentals of math, ranging from counting numbers all the way up to college level Calculus. We help to improve the mastery of essential math concepts in preparation for the next grade, high school exit exams, and SAT and ACT.
We incorporate learning games to make math fun.
Students begin to learn what symbols numbers represent and how many each are worth. They learn how to count. They learn how to match symbols or object with amounts. For example, 5 ducks is equal to the number 5. Additionally, students learn different shapes, patterns, and sizes, as well as is something is more, the less, or the same.
Elementary School Math
Students learn what number are, how to add, subtract, regroup, multiply, divide, solve fractions and they must master their numbers and numerical fluency. They begin with the essentials of learning numerical computations and problem solving with word problems using whole numbers, moving to rational numbers (decimals, percentages, fractions, and negative numbers) in order to solve computations and word problems. This gives the student the fundamental skills as building blocks that become essential to higher level math, including Pre-Algebra and Algebra.
Students begin to take the essentials they have learned in elementary school math and apply it to concepts in Pre-Algebra. They begin to apply the essentials of learning numerical computations and problem solving and apply it to more advanced arithmetic operations, such linear functions and using logic to solve problems.
Students learn the rules of exponents, how to problem solve, multiply, divide, add, and subtract monomials, binomials, and polynomials, and learning how to factor them. This gives the student fundamental skills as building blocks that become essential for Advanced Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus and Calculus.
Students take what they have learned in Algebra and apply to Geometric concepts. Students will learn how apply earlier concepts of Geometry to more advanced computations. They learn how to calculate area, volume, and perimeter for three-dimensional objects and understand the Pythagorean Theorem. They will The begin to learn how to solve geometric proofs, principles of volume and surface area, and begin to apply it to more advanced functions that will lead to trigonometry.
Students take what they have learned in Geometry and apply to more advanced mathematical concepts. Students now learn how to solve trigonometric functions and learn how to graph them.
Students take previous learned concepts from elementary, middle school, and high school math and apply it to more advanced concepts. Students learn how to calculate probability and demonstrate how to calculate samples of data that is used in research. They learn possible outcomes and represent it in the form of numbers, graphs, and charts. Probability is the chance that something will happen. Probability is based on a sample or repeated trials of the experiment or when all outcomes are equally likely the theoretical probability of an event is the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes.
Pre-Calculus and Calculus
When students have mastered concepts in Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry they begin to learn the branch of mathematics that deals with the finding and properties of derivatives and integrals of functions, by methods originally based on the summation of infinitesimal differences. It is a branch of mathematics that focuses on limits, functions, derivatives, integrals, and infinite series.
We help improve mastery of concepts, fact practice, and homework help in all these areas.