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I couldn't find any references to this tool in the blogs or forums, so I wanted to put this out there.   I use A Web Whiteboard (AWW) found at https://awwapp.com for all my online tutoring needs. No download, registration, or install necessary... and it's completely free! It also has zero ads or any other clutter you might associate with any free tool. It appears the developers... read more

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The first thing you as a student should do to prepare for your first visit with your Tutor, is to gather all of the correspondence you have between your Teacher or Professor and yourself.  Key items would be a syllabus, or a list of things your Teacher or Professor expects you to accomplish during your course.  This list should include a list or chart of how the grading will be assessed... read more

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Many people, myself included, feel that for all its advantages, the internet has precipitated a steady decline in the quality of writing. Anyone can write anything anywhere, and while that gives a voice to many who otherwise might not have a public forum to share what they have to say, it also makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to uphold any sort of standards.   That said,... read more

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Look at the Youtube video I found at this website- it's about "th": http://www2.waketech.edu/blogs/esl_lab/ I found these: http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/style-and-usage/mispron.html http://jakubmarian.com/common-pronunciation-errors-in-english/ http://rachelsenglish.com/video-category/sounds http://www.manythings.org/pp/ http://www.shiporsheep.com/ This... read more

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Hello Ace students!  My most trusted web site for English students is Dictionary.com. This source not only  provides a quick source to help you define words you  might chose to use in term papers, it also provides other learning tools such as:"the word of the day" that can be sent to you re mail address free of charge.  In addition to providing a new word... read more

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Being in the mathematics field, I am constantly looking for online resources that break down problems in an effective and clear way. My favorite online resource that I have found the most useful is Khan Academy. Khan Academy has a variety of video tutorials in multiple content areas, not just mathematics. The videos are well organized into units and concepts which makes them easy to navigate.... read more

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I found a great site that I use very often for coming up with words for spelling lists and for phonics and other things. It's called MoreWords.com. You can put in any letter or letter combination in any position in a word, and it will generate an extensive list of words for it. One thing I recently used it for was making spelling lists of words ending in -able and words ending in -ible for... read more

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I have three favorite online websites I love to go on three websites to find ideas, activities, or a refresher for myself.   I love going on pinterest.com for fun ideas for activities that are hands on.  It is free and easy to navigate.  I like teacherspayteachers.com for good worksheets.  this website has free downloads; however, there are better things on there when you pay... read more

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One of my favorite online resources for higher level math is the Khan Academy.  One of my favorite online resources for the topics I tutor is the Khan Academy.  There are videos which go over almost every topic in math and science.  The videos are short (5-15 minutes) and there are practice problems for most math topics.  Another nice feature is that there is a dashboard that... read more

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Many people, myself included, feel that for all its advantages, the internet has precipitated a steady decline in the quality of writing. Anyone can write anything anywhere, and while that gives a voice to many who otherwise might not have a public forum to share what they have to say, it also makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to uphold any sort of standards.   That said,... read more

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If you are looking for an online free math website, check out www.mathway.com. You can use it for help in basic math, pre-algebra, algebra, statistics, geometry, calculus, and more. It's a good resource for help in solving problems, creating worksheets, and defining math vocabulary.     

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There are a ton of helpful websites on the internet that give lots of information about chemistry. Here are some great websites: https://sites.google.com/site/studyofmatter/resources If only reading was enough for learning! But it's not. Chemistry requires a lot of "translating" from "chemistrese" into English. I can help you with that translation. Contact me today...