Common Core Math Kinder

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Topics learned in this course include: Numbers and Operations; Algebra and Algebraic Thinking; Fractions; Geometry; Measurement; and Data, Statistics, and Probability. Students will be guided through practice problems as a class, and will use the online learning platform, IXL, to help master essential skills at their own pace through fun and interactive questions. Students also answer weekly "Diagnostic" math questions to pinpoint levels of understanding and will be offered tailored recommendations for practice.

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Jamalys Rodriguez

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$30/week

10wk/session

RPI

Biology

Enrollment is open for  

FALL

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Course Schedule 

FALL TERM

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Fall session begins 

16 AUG 2021

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twice/week

Tuesdays Thursdays

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Pacific Time

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2:45-3:30pm

WINTER TERM

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Winter session begins

10 JAN 2022

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twice/week

Tuesdays Thursdays

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Pacific Time

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2:45-3:30pm

SPRING TERM

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Spring session begins

21 MAR 2022

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twice/week

Tuesdays Thursdays

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Pacific Time

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2:45-3:30pm

SUMMER TERM

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Summer session begins 

7 JUN 2021

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twice/week

Tuesdays Thursdays

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Pacific Time

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2:45-3:30pm

DESCRIPTION

This course will teach students various topics in math throughout the year while also encouraging students to learn different problem solving techniques. Content taught will vary per grade level and ranges from learning topics like addition and subtraction to topics like analyzing rates of change on graphs. Each class is split into two portions: a collaborative and independent portion. The first collaborative portion is where the instructor will teach students about that day's math lesson and have students engage in solving problems together. The second portion will consist of students working individually on the assignment for today on IXL with help from the instructor when needed.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Different approaches to math, conceptually understanding math, solving word problems, problem solving skills, using models in math, balancing equations, interpreting graphs, real life applications of math, multiplication facts, input and output tables, etc

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR

Kinder - 1st grader

REQUIREMENTS

Computer with webcam

PREREQUISITES

No

COURSE INCLUDES

- Live instruction meeting
- IXL and printed material assignments

ABOUT INSTRUCTOR

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Writing Fellow at Bard College's writing center, Jamalys was trained extensively in the best ways to teach writing in an engaging manner tailored towards students. Jamalys has experience in both private one-on-one tutoring and in group sessions. She's also held monthly seminars that focus on particular aspects of English Language and Composition, such as grammar, citations, and reading comprehension. A dedicated volunteer, Jamalys worked alongside children in the Junior Wheelchair Cavaliers Basketball Program at the Achievement Center for Children. Beyond domain knowledge, Jamalys possesses immense patience and communication skills that allow her to teach effectively to all ages.