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Edwardsville Tutoring FAQ

Edwardsville, Kansas, is in Wyandotte County. Together with Kansas City, Bonner Springs, and Lake Quivira, the area is part of the "Unified Government." Edwardsville has a population of approximately 5,000. Located just 15 miles from Kansas City, Kansas, the city is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. Edwardsville is positioned on the shores of the Kansas River.

Bonner Springs High School is nationally recognized and serves the Edwardsville area. The school is in the Bonner Springs School District. An enthusiastic Edwardsville tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Edwardsville for test prep and help with course material. Only a few miles away, Kansas City is home to the University of Kansas, Donnelly College, and Kansas City University. Conveniently, Edwardsville, KS, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

Edwardsville hosts a community event each spring called Edwardsville Days. The event is aimed at public safety education and features fire trucks, police cars, and a fire escape teaching trailer. After the safety learning, the festivities continue with live music and a free children's carnival. The city is home to a large community center, complete with tables, chairs, and a kitchenette. Residents can reserve the center for weddings, reunions, parties, and special events. The Arts and Crafts Summer series is held at the center; the series offers class times with a different art theme each week for kids. Edwardsville City Park houses a large baseball stadium and hosts many of the community's events throughout the year.

The neighboring city of Bonner Springs, has the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame. The center features museum exhibits and living history displays of life on a pioneer farm as well as antique farm equipment. Kids will love the hands-on learning exhibits, which allow them to really experience life as a pioneer. Walk around the museum or hop aboard the hayride or miniature train tour. After exploring the museum, you can take a hike on a one-mile nature trail or stop by a petting zoo.

Are you looking forward to enrollment in one of Kansas City's top colleges or universities? Edwardsville, KS, tutors are available to students in the area.

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Recent Edwardsville Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Katherine in Edwardsville, KS
Today we worked on physics and pre-calculus. I introduced the concept of torque, and we talked about the rotational equivalents for different variables of motion (velocity/angular velocity, acceleration/angular acceleration, mass/inertia, etc.). He seemed pretty comfortable with this. For pre-calculus, we went over polar coordinates. I tried to compare it to the unit circle to make it a little easier for him, and I think this helped some.
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Tutoring review by Clayton in Edwardsville, KS
The student worked on the his tenth grade research paper assignment. We focused on how to start a research paper by first finding a general topic, and then finding resources and information to make your topic more specific. He is definitely getting the hang of finding resources to cite in paper. He is quickly learning what makes one resource better than another and how to use it in an effective way to strengthen his argument and defend his stance.
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Tutoring review by Joubert in Edwardsville, KS
We began a review of material for the course. We addressed the fourth exam on u-substitution and integration by parts. Then we moved back to limits and continuity.
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Tutoring review by Erin in Edwardsville, KS
The student and I continued to work on the Chinese children's story that we started last week. We reviewed the structure of the story that she had learned in class and at tutoring and made sure her story followed the structure. She put forth an excellent effort and was very responsive to feedback.
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Tutoring review by Felicia in Edwardsville, KS
We started out by going over a fraction line, which is something the student learned in class but still did not grasp all the way. We then went over her math homework, which focused on fractions, mixed numbers, fractions greater than one, and fractions equal to one. We worked on this whole page until she completed it. I wanted to see how much she remembered about factors and multiples, so I gave her a review sheet of 12 problems about this concept. I gave her some time to work on the 12 problems. We then went over it as a review. She got all 12 problems correct. Good session today.
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Tutoring review by Lawanda in Edwardsville, KS
At this session, we covered adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals. We began by working on a few word problems in which he was to multiply decimals. Overall, he did very well and displays proficiency in adding and subtracting decimals. He did well in multiplying decimals, but he needs more practice with placing the decimal in the correct place once he solves the problem.
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