Homework Correction is very Important — We Give an Extensive Correction of the Incorrect Answers of All Homework

do math newAmerica’s public school system has a major flaw: teachers grade homework for completion, rather than accuracy. They neglect to check their students’ daily progress through their homework, and lose the opportunity to correct their students’ mistakes.

Our teaching style is unique in that we adamantly believe in the importance of checking/correcting and reviewing our students’ homework.

By carefully examining our students’ homework, we can see how the students managed with the task set for homework, evaluate their progress, assess their current levels of academic engagement and performance, and identify their strengths and weaknesses. We give students another opportunity for learning, and they can learn from their mistakes and ensure that these mistakes will not be repeated.  Checked homework also provides a correct model for students to look back on when necessary. More importantly, based on students’ homework, we can provide them with timely individualized help.

Homework correction is especially important for 5th-8th graders because that period of time is critical to the development of students’ math skills! Students in the 5th-8th grade lack the ability to self-study competitive math, and they cannot self-critique their advanced math homework. Our homework correction service has greatly help those students at the 5th-8th grade levels gain a deeper understanding of the fundamental math concepts, build a solid foundation in math, and develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills, motivation, and perseverance for reaching their full potentials. All these things are not available through regular classes at school.

We always provide our students with an extensive, detailed correction of the incorrect answers of all homework, from which they have greatly benefited. Click HERE to see a typical sample.

No other tutoring center gives such an emphasis on checking homework; this is merely one of the unique aspects of our education service.

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