Three one hour sessions
Did your student miss some of their math class due to school closures last year? Would you like them to receive additional support to prepare for taking Geometry this year? This two-part workshop will introduce students to the four most important topics to help students feel prepared to take Geometry. They will also be given resources for additional practice at home as well as the tools to determine strengths and weaknesses. Live, interactive sessions will be taught in small groups by a licensed high school math teacher. In the second session, students will get ready for analytic geometry. They will also review working with radicals from the 4th nine weeks of Algebra I as this skill is needed for Geometry.
Max of 10 students
Monday 8/10, Wednesday 8/12, and Friday 8/14 from 7:30-8:30 p.m.online
SAT/ACT Prep, Middle and High School Math Tutor
Mr. Slane graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2008 with a degree in Secondary Mathematics Education. He has a Masters Degree as a Mathematics Specialist through the University of Virginia. Mr. Slane has been teaching for seven years. He has taught: 8th-grade math, Algebra and Geometry, but is qualified for mathematics in grades 7-12. This year, he is enjoying his first year as a Math Specialist for Spotsylvania County Public Schools. He spent several seasons coaching both girls and boys basketball at the middle school level. Mr. Slane enjoys tutoring because it gives him the opportunity to interact with students even though he is out of the classroom and working with teachers as a math specialist. He finds it very rewarding to help students finally “get it” and start seeing success. Mr. Slane is married with one daughter and another of the way! Some of Mr. Slane’s greatest accomplishments are being a husband and father and earning his Master’s degree.