Every math student needs geometry help sometimes. If your child is feeling confused or frustrated with math, connecting him or her with the right tutor can be a game-changer.
In geometry, in-person academic support is best, because 3D spatial relations can be hard to understand on a computer. However, for a truly Internet savvy student who concentrates well and works independently, online support may work.
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What to ask a prospective geometry tutor
When assessing whether a tutor is a good fit for your child, consider asking these questions:
1. When is the last time you tutored someone [my child's age] in geometry?
2. How do you approach teaching math?
3. How do you cope with students' math anxiety?
4. What are your math and education credentials?
5. Why do you enjoy geometry? Are you able to communicate your enthusiasm to students?
Math tutoring pros can be hard to find
Not all tutors are created equal. If you want the best geometry help, look for someone with a BA or Master’s degree in Mathematics or a related field and a year or two (minimum) experience teaching or tutoring.
Of course, people with those qualifications are often teaching their own classes, so they can be a little tough to find—and you’ll have to lure yours with highly competitive fees.
A respected tutoring center in your area will be able to locate some good math tutors.
How much will geometry tutoring cost?
Depending on where you get help, prices range dramatically. But tutoring geometry is a specific skill set: you need someone with specific expertise in both geometry and one-on-one teaching.
Here's my page on tutoring rates and fees.
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