This is a sponsored message from Remind Tutoring
No one wants to see their child struggling in school, especially when we know what they’re capable of if they’re just given the chance. And math is just one of those subjects that can take some kids a little more time to get up to speed, whether it’s elementary algebra or AP Calc.
Unfortunately, it’s been harder over the past year for kids to keep up, or even to find after-school tutoring with all the in-person limitations.
Enter Remind Tutoring.
– Don’t miss details on a great limited time discount below! –
Wait, that Remind?
You probably know Remind’s popular app, which the majority of US school districts use for their parent-teacher-student communication. What you may not know is that they offer an incredibly robust math tutoring program just for kids in grades 2 through 12.
This isn’t a series of online videos; this is actually one-on-one, live online tutoring sessions for your child, all with experienced, certified math teachers. Subjects are incredibly specific and include:
– 2nd-6th grade math
– Pre-calculus and Calculus
– AP Calculus (AB and BC)
– Statistics and AP Statistics
Here’s how Remind Tutoring works:
Your child will be matched with a math tutor (yes, an actual person) who’s appropriate for their age, skill set, and subject needs. The first session together is all about getting to know your child and how they’ll best succeed.
Remind’s tutors will introduce the subject areas, then set goals and if it helps, provide assessments along the way.
Just like sitting around a kitchen table
Your child will have true interactive work sessions together with their tutor on an online white board — just like if they were sitting together at the kitchen table. And you can certainly forward your child’s own homework assignments from school, so they can get the help they need to strengthen their skills and become more independent.
Kind of fantastic.
Schedule tutoring sessions once a week or more; it completely depends on what will be most impactful for your own student.
Plus parents will be glad to know it’s easy to cancel a session because you know, life.
Oh, and a discount!
One more reason to check it out? Right now, the first tutoring session is free, with subsequent sessions just $40 each. That’s a whole lot much more accessible than tutors who are charging $80 or even $100 an hour — especially for high school subjects like advanced algebra, trigonometry, statistics, or calculus.
This has been a sponsored post from Remind Tutoring