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# Summer School: Math

## Algebra 1 High School

with Michael Golinski

This traditional course introduces the student to the language and fundamentals of algebra and the real number system. Students develop an understanding of important concepts, skills, procedures and ways of thinking and reasoning in algebra. Students investigate math concepts, utilizing interactive problems in motivating everyday situations and developing mathematical skills through investigations and projects in preparation for the Connecticut Academic Performance Test.

## Algebra 2 High School

with Michael Golinski

This traditional course builds upon concepts learned in Algebra I and Geometry and expands to include work in functions and relations, linear functions, quadratic/complex functions, exponentials and logarithms, rational algebraic expressions, irrational algebraic expressions, and sequences and series. A heavy emphasis is placed upon non-routine problem solving and math applications.

## Geometry High School

with Michael Golinski

This traditional course includes plane geometry and components of solid, coordinate, and transformational geometry. It involves measurements of angles, lines, area and perimeter. It helps the student to develop spatial, inductive, and deductive reasoning skills.

## Mathematics Grade 5 & 6

with Conted Staff

## Mathematics Grade 7

with Michael Golinski

The mathematics program in the seventh grade helps students continue their mathematical skills in preparation for high school. They develop an understanding of important concepts, skills, procedures, and ways of thinking and reasoning in number theory, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability and statistics. Students investigate math concepts utilizing interactive problems in everyday situations and develop mathematical skills through investigations and projects.

## Pre-Algebra Grade 8

with Michael Golinski

Students develop an understanding of important concepts, skills, procedures and ways of thinking and reasoning in algebra as it relates to geometry and numbers. Students investigate math concepts, utilizing interactive problems and motivating everyday situations. Students develop mathematical skills in order to prepare for algebra.