Small, online, live and interactive math classes available for 2021-2022!
Hi! My name is Charlotte Cushman. I have been homeschooling through CBCCA since 2000! My experience has taught me that homeschool parents don’t have unlimited time. It is very difficult and time-consuming to personally tutor every lesson for every subject for every student in your homeschool.
I have been tutoring math for the last four years. YouTube videos and DVDs are great resources, but students who are not self-motivated or who struggle in math need a live teacher. They need someone who teaches the concept and is willing to circle back around and explain it until they understand. They need accountability in the classroom during instruction and someone who is checking for understanding throughout the class. Students do better when they are called on in class and have to listen and interact during a lesson. Many times a student struggles with math because they need more repetition, extra help with difficult concepts and feedback on what they are getting wrong in problem sets.
Twice a week your student will work alongside me in a small class setting as we work through the examples and practice problems of the Saxon text. There will be no more than four other students in their class (class size is limited to five students). Each student will be expected to ask and answer questions as well as participate in class. My goal is that each student will demonstrate an increasing understanding of the material as we work through it together.
I will be offering Alg 2, Saxon 6/5 and Alg 1/2 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Alg 1 and Saxon 8/7 on Wed/Fri.
I am not positive I will have any other Algebra 1 slots because I am waiting to see if a current student will be returning.
I have 3 slots left for Algebra 2, 3 slots left for Saxon 6/5 and 1 slot left for Saxon 8/7 and 4 slots left for Alg 1/2.
Please check out my website to get detailed schedule, price and time information: https://thehomeschoolmathclasscom.wordpress.com/.
You can also call me at 843-592-1502.