This course covers all topics in a thorough high school Geometry class including logic, reasoning, and proofs; parallel and perpendicular lines; properties of angles and triangles; congruence, similarity, and proportion; quadrilaterals and other polygons; circles; area, surface area, and volume; right triangles and beginning trigonometry; coordinate graphing and transformations. Students become very familiar with numerous postulates and theorems and learn how to apply these in working problems and constructing proofs.
This course includes 2 hours per week of live instruction and uses a dynamic software product, giving students the benefit of the best instructional technology while also having access to a real instructor. As students work on homework assignments, they find out right away if their answer is correct. As needed, they can access immediate help in various forms including being guided through a problem, viewing the steps of a similar problem, or watching a short video clip reviewing the relevant concept. They can also contact the instructor with comments or questions. Students complete quizzes and tests online and submit their written work to the instructor. Assignments, due dates, and grades are easily available for students and parents to view. This software product is currently used in middle schools, high schools, and nearly every college in America.
Non-Refundable $35 Software Fee Required to Register for this Math Class
An integral part of our Math program is an online software program. The CLRC must purchase a software access code for each student prior to the beginning of classes. This deposit is to cover that cost, and is required for all math students--including those utilizing Charter School funds or payment plans. To assure your registration for the class, click on this button:
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Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.
or completion of placement test (above)
Minimum Enrollment Required: 8
Maximum Class Size: 25
Class Meets: Tuesdays, 9:00 - 11:00 AM Pacific
Fall '21 - Spring '22 Registration is Open!
Section B: This Section is Closed.
Anne McCauley Padula, M.A.
Anne McCauley Padula received her MA from the University of Dallas. She has taught both intermediate and college level (dual enrollment) Algebra at Mountain View College and provided individualized instruction in math (fundamentals, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and statistics) and supervised 10 math tutors. She also taught a symbolic logic class at Texas A&M University at Galveston and has taught math to her own and other homeschooled children for the last 11 years as a homeschool mom.
Anne has a natural ability to explain complex math concepts clearly and succinctly and we are most grateful to have her join the CLRC math team!
1. Glencoe Geometry textbook, workbook, and practice workbook.
2. Scientific calculator.
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