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Geometry

This class will begin on Tuesday, August 27, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST and

will end on Thursday, May 9.

Course Length

This course is a two-semester class that runs for 32 weeks. The class meets 2 days a week for one hour.

Materials

Students have access to all digital materials provided in the classroom. 

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Description

Join Us

This live, interactive math class is tailored for high school students. Each week, we’ll explore advanced math concepts in an engaging and dynamic way. You’ll receive timely feedback on your assignments to help you monitor your progress and enhance your skills. This class is crucial for building a solid foundation in math. Attending the live sessions is key to your success, but if you miss one, don’t worry—recordings will be available for a week. Our teacher is highly qualified and experienced in making complex math topics clear and interesting.

In this class, you'll acquire valuable tools to boost your confidence in math. You’ll learn to solve complex problems and think critically. My goal is to help you become a strong, confident math student who can approach any mathematical challenge with confidence and skill.

Recommended

This class is a geometry class.  Prerequite: Students need to complete an algebra 1 class.

 

During class, math concepts will be explained, and modeled. Students will also gain knowledge of the math conepts by practicing and completing their homework assignments. 

Mrs. Carroll is available before or after class for additional questions on the previous days assignment.  Be prepared to meet with her if you need help. 

All Assignments will need to be scanned or photographed and turned into the appropriate dropbox by the student.  There will be 2 assignments per week due by 3:00 PM EST the day after class for prompt grading.

Orientation for this class is on August 22 at

12:15 PM 

Technical Requirements

A computer with high-speed internet with a headset, working camera, and microphone. All assignments are turned in via Canvas.

Parent Responsibilities

Parents are the primary educators. Although, this is more of a student led class. Our goal is to come alongside you to teach math concepts presented in the book and in class, and explain techniques to help your child succeed. Please provide a quiet learning environment, this will help keep your students on task during class time. Check to see if your child has completed the assignments and turned it in the day after a class.  There is an assignment after all classes except after Project Day.  Have your child contact the teacher if they are stuggling or taking more than an hour of diligent time to complete the assignment.

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