Since 1991, Rose Hulman students have completed more than 700,000 tutoring sessions through its homework hotline. Sunday through Thursday night throughout the school year.
TERRE HAUTE — Area middle school and high school students confronting math and science homework problems can find help a phone call, email or chat session away through Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s Ask Rose tutoring service. Rose-Hulman students are available from 7 to 10 p.m.
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The textbooks were in place, headphones ready, computers on and phone lines open in the basement of Logan Library on the campus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology for Homework Hotline, a free math and science tutoring service that helps students in grades 6-12 throughout the state.
Students who need extra help with homework can get it for free by calling, emailing or chatting online with tutors at Homework Hotline. "We will help everybody," Tony Karras, Homework Hotline assistant director of outreach and planning, told the Tribune-Star ( Ve ABx ).During the school year 2012-2013, the hotline answered a record 36,906 calls and conducted 3,767 online tutoring sessions, according to a Homework Hotline fact sheet."When this place is buzzing (with calls), it's a fantastic experience," Karras said as he stood by workstations Sunday.If you would prefer to work with an online tutor, check out Rose-Hulman’s Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12."Those are the most fun," Hildebrand said, adding that when tutors get a hard question, they work together to solve it. They, instead, guide students through the problems to help them better understand concepts. "You have to be a little creative," when teaching the students, Hildebrand said. I feel like we're really doing something great here," Hildebrand said.She added that concepts sometimes have to be explained in different ways to see "what clicks with them." But the tutors enjoy their job. The best part is "that 'aha moment'" when students finally understand how to solve the problem, she said.Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), September through May toll-free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or online at (AP) — A free tutoring service that has helped thousands of middle and high school students for the past 22 years opened for the 2013-2014 school year on Sunday.Karras said calls come from every county in Indiana.Last year, the hotline even got calls from 46 states across the country.