Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year, where new and innovative learning will take place in your child's or your classroom. I am thrilled beyond belief to be able to sow into the lives of the future generations of this planet. I don't know I may be preparing a future president or the doctor who finds a cure for some incurable disease. Moreover, I simply may be investing into the life of a young person who will be willing to make a difference in the lives of every person with whom they come in contact. Therefore, I once again welcome you and wish you the best in all your endeavors.
Transition to Math 8
This class will affirm the student’s knowledge of Pre-Algebra skills and transition or schematically move their knowledge base into the skills of Algebra. The student will learn to use an assortment of strategies to analyze and evaluate problems in Computation and Estimation, Measurement and Geometry, Probability and Statistics, and Patterns, Functions and Algebra. These skills will be introduced, learned, and assessed by means of direct and indirect class instruction, group collaboration, homework, student projects, and technology.
Math is the universal language that unites all people.
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