Before students formally learn algebra in 8th grade, most of them have already experienced math anxiety. Combining the inefficacy of existing approaches and other nuisance, most students reject math. This course introduces a different approach. It instructs algebra and arithmetic simultaneously at the early stage of education. It has the power to assure success in algebra education.
- 1st-2nd grade: Follow elementary curriculum (ideal time to learn algebra).
- 3rd-5th grade: Follow comprehensive curriculum (best time to learn algebra).
- 6th-8th grade: Follow intervention and comprehensive curriculum.
- 9th grade and up: Follow custom curriculum after assessment.
Regardless of their grade, students will follow their unique path whith appropriate instructions. Students learn differently and they will progress at their own pace.
Principles of algebra:
Algebra is the study of relationship and for this reason, it is introduced as Algebra Starter so students can use it to model objects, establish relationship between objects or entities, and describe algebraic events. Arithmetic is simultaneously introduced as a tool to support algebra. Our approach allows elementary school students to learn algebra the easy way. They will use it as an algebraic tool to solve equations and word problems. Then, they will study geometry, advanced algebra and calculus.
Students will learn the principles of algebra, master the computation of positive and negative numbers in all possible combinations, and solve equations in any way, shape, or form without memorizing formulas. A minimum 6 months is required to see students' progress.
When students start this program at 3rd grade, they will potentially complete algebra One by 6th or 7th grade. This program is game changer in algebra education.
Algebra Starter Family Pack FP2, Total Price (2 students).
- Students enroll in a class (max: 4 students)
- Students adhere to a schedule.
- Class receives instructions (2 video conferencing sessions per week or 8 sessions per month).
- Each student works on his or her own assignment.
- Students progress according to their own pace.