Online Math tutoring with mcstutoring is straightforward. From the first session, we will be working on a homework assignment together. You will be writing your problem on a digital whiteboard. While you are doing this, I will be guiding you through your problem. We will be communicating on a separate device using Facetime or Skype. This way, both your verbal and nonverbal feedback will be helping us work through questions you have.
Using the Whiteboard for Online Math Tutoring
At first, I might be doing the majority of the writing. This is likely if you are struggling with your math class. This is normal. Once you regain your math mojo and become familiar with the whiteboard, you will be doing the majority of the writing.
Saving Your Work from Online Math Tutoring for Easy Access
By using a digital whiteboard for online math tutoring, you will be able to access your work from any device. This allows you to review specific notes and problems right before a test. One teacher even allowed a student to show his work on his iPhone for his homework grade. As a result, he didn’t even have to write anything after our session.
Even if this is not the case for you, you can still print out images of your work from the digital whiteboard. Awesome!
Posting Pics of Homework Questions and Formulas
Also, you can post images onto your digital board anytime. When you do this, we can both view any specific questions you have during our online math tutoring session together.
Using Calendar to Set Online Math Tutoring Sessions
Once you’ve had your first online session, you can set up a free account with mcstutoring.com. Then you can set and delete your sessions on the mcstutoring.com calendar. You can set online math tutoring sessions to be as long as you need (in 30-minute increments) and as often as you need. This allows you to adapt your tutoring schedule to your need and availability.
Online Math Tutoring Subjects Available
You can check for your math subject below:
If your class is not listed in the table above, please contact me to see if I can help. If it is, let’s get started on the road to math recovery!