Top Ten things a Good Math Tutor Should Do

1. Model example problems while explaining and writing step by step notes to accommodate visual and auditory learners.

2. Provide various practice problems that the student can try while looking at your example and notes.

3. Correct and provide written and verbal feedback.

4. Allow the student to solve practice problems without notes and examples to test application skills.

5. Create similar examples in which student can master content before moving onto harder concepts.


Ivie S.

Patient Special Ed Teacher with MA and K-12 experience

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