It sounds like she could use some math lessons catered to her learning style which would first involve understanding her learning style. I recommend starting there.
Yep! Plenty of tutors have experience working with kids who have ADHD or have ADHD themselves.
I suggest interactive learning techniques. For example, when explaining math concepts, I usually like to incorporate candy in some way. And for older students, I have them explain the lesson in their own words related to things they care about like sports.
It might be more productive to focus in on individual subjects. Maybe two subjects per tutor or tutoring session.
This is such an important question. I have found high school boys to be particularly resistant to tutoring. I usually start off explaining that I got straight A's in highscool and did very well in college only with the help of a tutor. And the difference between successful and... more
Mmmm this is tricky. I would charge $50 an hour depending on the challenge at hand. And if the students have completely different learning styles, I would recommend to the parent that they have separate sections all together.
It would be perfectly fine to have the same tutor if the tutor is willing to provide services for the different grade levels at different times. If not, no harm in hiring two tutors.
Yes. Be clear with the tutor about what you would like to work on. I would also recommend a consistent study space to meet with the tutor. And setting goals and deadlines is critical.