Early Signs That Your Child is Struggling in Math

School bells are now ringing, and chatter of children once again fills those locker-lined hallways. Before you know it, report cards will be out. A bad mark may indicate your student could benefit from a tutor, but why wait until your child is behind? Signs that he or she may be struggling in school include:

  • A negative attitude in a particular subject
  • Calling his or herself "stupid"
  • Behavioral outbursts with regard to studying / school work
  • Struggling in a subject that he or she previously did not
  • Expressions of wanting to give up
  • Lack of motivation or loss of interest

Through personalized, private tutoring, Hire Learning offers an effective and seamless learning opportunity across a broad range of mathematical and statistical subjects—including advanced placement (AP) courses—for students in elementary school, middle school, high school, college and graduate school.

Contact us today to learn how we can help your child understand math concepts and improve classroom performance.

We serve the Indianapolis metropolitan community, including Avon, Carmel, Castleton, Eagle Creek, Fishers, Geist, Greenwood, Lebanon, Meridian-Kessler, Noblesville, Nora, Westfield, Whitestown and Zionsville.

Robert Goodloe

Robert received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, and his Master of Science in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.

While attending Alabama A&M University, he offered tutorial sessions through the Office of Retention, building self-confidence in peers who desired assistance in a variety of mathematical and statistical disciplines. Upon graduating, he furthered his education at Case Western Reserve University, while also providing tutorial assistance to fellow graduate students in computer science programming implemented for statistical purposes. He later migrated to Nashville to the Center for Human Genetics Research at Vanderbilt University, where he detailed and developed effective statistical methods and programming.

Robert is currently employed at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis as an Associate Consultant Statistician. With a comprehensive goal of enhancing productivity, he aids collaborators across multiple departments, helping them to better understand the proper programmatic implementation of statistical methods.