What You Will Learn
Students will master the following components of algebra 1: Algebra Basics, Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities, Relations and Functions, Linear Equations, and Systems of Equations. Part 2 session will start in Fall 2021.
Keywords: Algebra 1, Math, Basics, Part 1
Math courses are level-based, not grade-based. For example, a very smart student can take any course as long as the prerequisites are met!
4 - 8
hours per class
1:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon PT
18 classes / meet twice a week
6/21, 6/23, 6/28, 6/30,
7/5, 7/7, 7/12, 7/14,
7/19, 7/21, 7/26, 7/28,
8/2, 8/4, 8/9, 8/11, 8/16, 8/18
Note: The instructor will adjust the speed and amount of content covered depending on the needs of the students. The goal is to make sure that students are proficient in all areas covered – quality over quantity.
Week 1. Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities
Week 2-3. Relations and Functions
Week 4-5. Linear Equations
Week 6-7. Systems of Equations and Inequalities
Week 8-9. Exponential Functions
*Prepare your own materials
All content materials will be provided by the instructor and will be uploaded to google classroom. Students must have the week’s material printed out before the start of class.
I’m not your ordinary middle school or high school math teacher. I’m a “mathemagician.” I can transform your students from hating math to loving it.
I surprise my students, using my juggling, sewing, and knitting skills to explain challenging math concepts, such as graphing, proportions, and patterns. Math is not hard when you apply it to real-world situations.
As a high school math teacher for 25 years, I’ve taught all levels from algebra to AP calculus.
I’m a “master teacher,” who trains college student teacher interns.
I speak five dialects, read and write Chinese, and have a passion for global travel. For 13 consecutive years, I’ve led a highly successful global travel program, taking students to China, Japan, Korea, France, Germany, and Switzerland. I created a mentorship program for retired professionals to tutor and mentor at-risk students, consistently bringing grades from D’s and F’s to A’s and B’s. My students often come from at-risk, low-income families yet have gone on to study at Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Georgetown University to name a few.