### Summer Supervised Tutoring Session

**N BASC 904, Course #50024**

June 24-August 15, 2024

Monday – Thursday

9 AM to 12 PM, MD-228

Contact: Luis Guerrero (LGuerrero@palomar.edu)

Shelby Hathaway (SHathaway@palomar.edu)

**Download the flyer**: Supervised Tutoring for College Math Poster

Supervised Tutoring for College Math is an in-person, 8-week, almost free (no unit charge) program that provides tutoring and guidance to build your mathematical confidence and proficiency and thereby support your success in a transfer level math or statistics class.

This course is open to incoming, continuing, and returning Palomar College Students.

You will work on a computer using an online math learning app, reviewing the concepts you need to know to be successful in your college level class. The instructor and/or a tutor will be available from 9am-12pm to help you. You can also always work on your own time.

This class will help students taking any of the below math or statistics classes. Everyone is welcome. We are here to support your success.

*Math 100: Math for Liberal Arts**Math 101: Quantitative Reasoning***Math 110:***College Algebra***Math 120 or BUS 204 or PSYC/SOC 205:****Statistics***Math 115: Trigonometry**Math 126/127 or Math 135: Precalculus**Math 140: Calculus I*

### Supervised Tutoring for College Math in the Math and Science Center (LRC-318) Fall 2024

**N BASC 904, Course #70070**

Fall 2024 (Supervised Tutoring for College Math)

Open-Entry, Open-Exit, Self-Paced

Attend during Math and Science Learning Center Hours

Contact: Mathews Chakkanakuzhi (mchakkanakuzhi@palomar.edu)

### Supervised Tutoring in the Math and Science Center

The Math and Science Center offers free tutoring via this self-paced open-entry/open-exit, non-credit course providing students with just-in-time review for their transfer-level math course.

- Each student chooses to review specific topics either by a self-assessment or as directed by their instructor/counselor.
- The instructor or tutor in the Math Center works with the student to create a topic review plan so that the student can finish it in a timely manner.
- The review is done mostly online. An instructor on duty or a tutor will be available during Math Center hours to assist students and monitor their progress.
- If needed, supplementary materials, such as computer lessons, worksheets, and/or additional practice problems will be available for each topic.
- Digital videos of the lessons will also be available for each topic.

- Your Brain Can Learn Mathematics
- Using Your Textbook
- Taking Lecture Notes
- Homework: How, Why, and When?
- Using Study Cards
- Managing Your Time
- Making a Mind Map
- Preparing for Tests
- Analyzing Your Test Results
- Preparing for Your Final Exam