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|Homework Tips for Parents||Homework Tips for Students||A Quick Look At Homework Hotline:
Is it free to get help?
Yes. Homework Hotline is free, thanks to our wonderful sponsors (see sponsor page) AT&T, Dell, Dollar General Literacy Foundation, The Scarlett Family Foundation, Sonic Drive Ins, Fox17, MyTV30, CW58, and the Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Who are the teachers?
We have Nashville school teachers, retired teachers, college students and some really great high school volunteers.
Is there a time limit?
Nope. Try to be considerate and work as fast as is reasonable.
Can moms and dads call? Sure, we love parents. Most of us are parents, too.
We know how hard homework can be.
Do you take questions by email?
No, but there are other programs that do.
Try askrose.org in Indiana, Dr. Math http://mathforum.org/dr.math/, and others.
Can I call more than once?
Sure, call as often as you have a real homework problem.
Can I call from anywhere in the United States?
No, this is a program for Tennessee students or parents.
Do you have my book?
If you go to school in Tennessee, we probably have your book.
Will you read me the problems or the spelling words?
No, sorry. Try a friend or the library. Soon we will have many of your books on line.
When are you open? Monday through Thursday, from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, CST.
We open the second week of August and close the third week of May.
Can I get help in honors or AP classes?
Sure, we have some really smart teachers here.
How about help in special education classes?
Sure, we have really smart and kind teachers here.
How about Spanish? Yes, we can help with your Spanish homework or help you in Spanish with other work.
|Great Online Educational Resources
More Math Sites: AAA Math Ask Dr. Math
Funbrain words: Grammar Gorillas, Translator Alligator and other word fun
Chicktionary: Boggle Game
PBSKids: Silly Stuff
NASA for Kids
NASA Earth Science- for Kids Only!
HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE: :
Ben's guide to U.S. Government for kids
United States House of Representatives
Tennessee: state symbols, government, driver practice, etc. Volunteer Voices: Primary Sources of Tennessee History
A state Guide to the U.S. Congress
Holt Rinehart Winston
Houghtton Mifflin Math
(username: nashville4 password: math2005)
Homework Hotline launched a reading pilot to provide intensive reading intervention by phone for 75 failing third grade students. Call It Reading is designed for these Nashville children, all from low-income families, who scored “basic” or “below basic” in reading, and are unwilling or unable to attend traditional tutoring. These students are at the greatest risk for retention. Click below to learn more:
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SKILLS NEEDED: Volunteers who love math, science, reading or social studies - this is a good opportunity to share your skills. Hotline tutors are always busy helping callers, grades K-12, with homework. Volunteers are not expected to know it all. Each volunteer determines his or her interests and skills. Bilingual volunteers are especially needed. Many high school and college student volunteers can earn credit. Qualifies for National Honor Society and other service club hours. Many community service volunteers welcome. Email email@example.com or call 298-6636 for more information
|A donation to Learnathon means... |
6,500 children receiving one-on-one tutoring,
75 third grade students learning to read,
30,000 fourth graders getting free multiplication flashcards,
12 teen volunteers getting into good colleges,
80 college students learning to be great teachers.
None of this can happen without your support. With your help, children get the tutoring they need to be better prepared, more confident, and ready to succeed.
Learnathon will support the following hotline initiatives: The Reading Initiative: 55% of Nashville’s children cannot read at grade level. Many cannot read at all. In a special pilot project, Homework Hotline’s certified reading specialists are providing twice weekly reading coaching to 75 third grade students who cannot read. We call them, we tutor them, and we test them. You can be a part of a wonderful experiment.
Homework Hotline at Belmont University: 3,000 children will get free tutoring from 80 Belmont students. Children get the tutoring they need while Belmont students learn about teaching, community service, and public education. It’s a win-win situation.
Teen Tutors: 12 Nashville high school students are volunteering at Hotline. We want to give each of these outstanding volunteers a $1,000 scholarship for providing 150 hours of service.
|It’s frustrating when you don’t understand your schoolwork. It’s even more upsetting if you have nowhere to turn. Homework Hotline needs your support to provide free one-on-one tutoring for struggling students who are motivated and asking for help.|
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