Functional Mathematics! Everything that which is taught in mathematics class is not useful and practical in everyday life. This course leads the learner to functional fluency by building the learners understanding and application of numbers, fractions decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, measurement, algebra geometry, statistics, probability and graphs to everyday life. Audience: Grades 4 – adult learners.
Post Secondary Transitions! The fast paced world of K-12 schooling often exposes students to wide range of mathematical concepts and skills, but at a shallow depth of understanding. Consequently, secondary students find themselves stumbling through their first year of college mathematics – whether at a four year university or at a two year community college or trade school. This course reviews high school mathematics to ensure learners enter their post secondary experience mathematically confident. Audience: Recent high school graduates and adult learners.
Algebra 1: There are two versions of this course. One version is for students who already took Algebra 1 but did not do as well as they would have liked. The other version of this course is for students who have not taken Algebra 1 yet.
Algebra 2: There are two versions of this course. One version is for student who already took Algebra 2 but did not do as well as they would have liked. The other version of this course is for students who have not taken Algebra 2 yet.
Preparing for Physics: As physics is increasingly becoming a graduation requirement, and Physics course placement is closely tied to student achievement in Algebra, this course prepares learners for Physics by focusing on the underlying Algebra. Audience: Any learner who is preparing to take Physics.
Preparing for Calculus: This course increases the likelihood that a learner will be successful in Calculus by developing the learners knowledge base in the areas of Lines, Functions and Graphs, Exponential Functions, Parametric Equations, Functions and Logarithms, and Trigonometric Functions. Audience: Any learner who is preparing to take Calculus.
GED Preparation: This course prepares learners to succeed on the GED exam. Audience: Learners who are preparing to take the GED exam.
ACT Preparation: This course prepares learners to take the ACT college entrance exam.
SAT Preparation: This course prepares learners to take the SAT college entrance exam.
Nursing School Entrance Exam Preparation: This course prepares adult learners to take the Nursing School Entrance exam.
Caring Conflict! Because conflict is everywhere – in the form of 'drama' in the school age years – this course develops the learners ability to handle conflict by focusing on practical tips, tools and techniques. Audience: Grades 6 – adult learners.
Transitions! This course bridges the gap between the stages of a learners life by identifying necessary skills for success as it relates to changing learning styles, accountability, and behavioral expectations. Audience: Learners who are transitioning from elementary to middle school, middle to high school, high school to post-secondary education, high school to the workplace, a work-from-home environment to a workplace, and/or a workplace to a work-from-home environment.
Learning and Innovation! Focusing on learning and innovation, skills that separate learners who are ready for increasingly complex life and work environments from those who are not, this course prepares learners to be successful in life and work by focusing on (1) thinking creatively, working creatively with others, and implementing innovations, (2) reasoning effectively and using systems thinking, (3) making judgments and decisions, and (4) solving problems. Audience: Grades 6 – adult learners.
Information, Media & Technology! Focusing solely on Information, Media and Technology, learners develop their ability to (1) access, evaluate, use and manage information, (2) analyze media and create media products, and (3) apply technology effectively. Audience: Grades 6 – adult learners.
That’s Life! Because life requires far more than thinking skills and content knowledge, this course focuses on (1) flexibility and adaptability, (2) initiative and self direction, (3) social and cross cultural skills, (4) productivity and accountability, and (5) leadership and responsibility. Audience: Grades 6 – adult learners.
NO! Focusing solely on Numbers and Operations, this course develops the learners ability to (1) demonstrate an understanding of numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers and number systems, (2) understand the meanings of operations, use operations, and understand how operations relate to each other, and (3) compute accurately and fluently and to make reasonable estimates. Audience: Grades 3-8.
Mmmm! Focusing solely on Measurement, this course develops the learners ability to (1) demonstrate an understanding of measurable attributes of objects and figures, and the units, systems and processes of measurement, and (2) apply appropriate techniques, tools and formulas to determine measurements. Audience: Grades 3-8.
Gee! Focusing solely on Geometry, this course develops the learners ability to (1) analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and demonstrate understanding of geometric relationships, (2) identify and/or apply concepts of transformations or symmetry, and (3) locate points or describe relationships using the coordinate plane. Audience: Grades 3-8.
A! Focusing solely on Algebraic Concepts, this course develops the learners ability to (1) demonstrate an understanding of patterns, relations, and functions, (2) represent and/or analyze mathematical situations using numbers, symbols, words, tables and/or graphs, (3) analyze change in various contexts, and (4) describe or use models to represent quantitative relationships. Audience: Grades 3-8.
DAP! Focusing solely on Data Analysis and Probability, this course develops the learners ability to (1) formulate and/or answer questions that can be addressed with data and/or collect, organize, display, interpret or analyze data, (2) select and/or use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data, (3) understand and/or apply basic concepts of probability or outcomes, and (4) develop and/or evaluate inferences and predictions or draw conclusions based on data or data displays. Audience: Grades 3-8..
Standardize This! This course increases the likelihood that a learner will score Proficient or Advanced on the 2015-2016 state standardized test by providing direct instruction in the concepts and skills that are inherent to the state standardized test. Audience: Learners in grades 3-8 who will be taking the state standardized test for the 1st time, or learners in grades 3-8 who did not perform at the Proficient level on the state standardized test in the previous year.
Somewhat Standardized! Audience: students who have a history of "barely" scoring Proficient on the state standardized test.
Standardize That! Audience: student who have a history of scoring Proficient on the state standardized test and can achieve at the Advanced level with targeted support.
Accelerate! This course enables the learner to pick up the pace of his/her mathematics course path by learning course content and (potentially) test out of the course with successful performance on a final exam. *The logistics of this course varies based on where the learner attends school during the regular school year. Full registration in Accelerate must be completed by May 31, 2016. Audience: Grades 2-12.
Prerequisite Polish! This course smoothes a learners transition from one mathematics class to the next by ensuring the learner has learned and retained the foundational concepts and skills in the preceding course that are essential to be built upon in the forthcoming course. For example: Smooth the transition from 2nd grade math to 3rd grade math, smooth the transition from Pre-Algebra to Algebra 1, polish the concepts/skills inherent to both Algebra and Geometry. Audience: Grades 2-12 students who did not do as well as they would have liked in the previous year's math class.
Jump Start! This course leads the learner to outperform his/her peers by exposing the learner to the concepts and skills that are inherent to the learners’ forthcoming mathematics class. Audience: Student in Grades 2-12 who performed well in the previous year's math class.
Tutor Training: This course enables learners to effectively and efficiently tutor a less knowing other by addressing the principles of teaching and learning. Audience: Anyone who intends to tutor a less knowing other.
HS 2: This course enhances a more knowing others’ ability to effectively and efficiently home school children with ease by building his/her teaching and learning skills as well as broadening his/her teaching resource collection. Audience: Anyone who is interested in homeschooling their child/children.
S3: This course develops students into super star students by teaching them how to learn. Learners develop their ability to (1) tap into their own strengths, (2) take notes effectively, (3) avoid missing out on what’s being taught in class, (4) prioritize homework and projects, and (5) approach tests with focus, preparation and confidence. Audience: Grades 6 – 12 who could benefit from learning how to learn.
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