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Algebra – Monday AND Wednesday – Full Year – 30 Weeks -Grades 7-10

Monday, August 29 2022 @ 3:00PM Wednesday, June 21 2023 @ 4:00PM EDT


Tina Dewey

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[email protected]


7 – 10

Day of Week:

Monday and Wednesday

Class Times:

3:00PM – 4:00PM (ET)


Full Year 2022-2023

AP / Honors / NCAA Approved

NCAA Approved Course


Monday, August 29 2022 @ 3:00PM EDT
Wednesday, June 21 2023 @ 4:00PM EDT
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In this course students will learn the fundamental algebraic skills which are necessary for other mathematic courses, as well as science related courses. Algebra I is designed to prepare students to be mathematically literate, value the usefulness of mathematics, and form habits which will lead to success in stem-related fields of study.

During class students can expect to participate in a warm-up activity, have an opportunity to ask questions on the previous homework assignment, and learn new material while completing guided notes. Students are encouraged to actively participate in class using the chat feature. The “I do, we do, you do” approach is used for the instruction of new material. Completion of problems will gradually shift from the instructor modeling how to complete the problems to the student completing problems on their own.

This course is designed to teach students the necessary skills for success subsequent math and science courses. In addition, students will develop number sense and the habits necessary for math success. 

No textbook required. Students will be provided with files of the course materials by the instructor.  

Access to a printer before each class meeting to print guided notes, homework assignments, study guides, and tests. 

Students are expected to participate in class by completing the guided notes, responding to instructor questions, and asking for help when needed. Students are expected to complete homework according to the instructor’s specifications and to the best of their ability. Completed homework must be turned in on time to earn credit. The homework answers and the steps used to find the answer will be provided to students after the time each assignment is due, but before the next class. Students are expected to read and apply instructor feedback on homework, use the provided answers to check their work, and correct errors on their assignments. To LEARN math, one must DO math.

Homework practice assignments will be given for each lesson. Study guides to review the unit will be given before the unit test. Occasionally, spiral review will be assigned for both review and practice of previous concepts. Students can expect approximately one video lesson assignment a month in addition to the in-class lessons. An online skills practice website will be available to students who need extra practice on specific topics. The average student can expect to spend two to three hours on homework completion each week. 

Completed assignments are due by 6pm Eastern on the day before the next class. Students will earn credit and feedback for completed assignments turned in on-time with steps shown. Homework is graded based on effort, and not necessarily correct answers. Students are expected to complete their work with their best effort, and with integrity. When students neatly and legibly show the mathematical process used to complete the homework problems, individual feedback on errors in their process will be provided.

Tests will be given for each unit, and a percentage grade provided by the instructor. Each student is required to complete the unit study guide, and work with the instructor to make any necessary corrections before the unit test will be made available. Each student will be provided the unit test individually after demonstrating their understanding of the concepts. Unit tests are due no later than 30 days after the completion of the unit, however it is suggested that each student completes the unit tests as soon as they are ready.

PLEASE NOTE: When you break down the tuition, which I agree looks immense, the hourly rate a learner is paying is $13.33 per hour without any discounts applied.

NOTE: Registration deadline is August 15, 2022.

There must be a minimum of 5 students to run this class.

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