The Project Code Foundation is providing this course for FREE as part of its mission to enrich student learning in STEM.
This exploratory Algebra I course provides the foundation students require for future success in high school mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving. The primary goal in Algebra I is to help students transfer their concrete mathematical knowledge to a more abstract algebraic generalization. This course is suggested for students who have finished Math 6+ or an equivalent course and will be a primer for the year to come. It is not recommended as a review course, but may function as one.
Date: June 22 – July 10 (3 weeks)
Time: Mon–Fri 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Online
This course will cover:
  • Describing data with statistics
  • Solving and graphing linear and quadratic equations
  • Exponential and Logarithmic functions
  • Arithmetic with Polynomials
  • Complex Numbers
  • Manipulating functions and inequalities
  • System of equations
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Prerequisites

Participants should have a solid grasp of:
  • Arithmetic
  • Fractions, Decimals, Percentages
  • Unit Conversions, Ratios
  • Angles
  • Perimeter and Area
Participants should have a basic understanding of:
  • Linear Equations and Inequalities
  • Exponents
  • Square Roots
  • Basic statistics
  • Types of graphs

Instructors

Shawn Wang

shawn.lx.wang@gmail.com
Shawn is an incoming junior at Lynbrook who is passionate for economics, boy scouts, and all things STEM. He has a passion for teaching younger students, and hopes to become a high school teacher one day. He also has extensive leadership experience through serving in Boy Scouts Troop 452. During his free time he is usually found playing Beat Saber, binging Youtube documentaries or eating whatever leftovers there are in the fridge.