Communication

Essential Question: In what ways can a person “communicate” more effectively using Algebra?

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Topics Covered

  • Percents
  • Variables in Algebra
  • Exponents and powers
  • Order of operations
  • Equations and inequalities (introductory)
  • Tables and graphs
  • An introduction to functions
  • The real number line
  • Addition of real numbers
  • Adding and subtracting matrices
  • Multiplication of real numbers
  • The distributive property
  • Division of real numbers
  • Statistics
  • Measures of central tendencies
  • Range
  • Stem and leaf plots
  • Frequency
  • Histogram
  • Box-and-Whisker plot
  • Quartiles, Outliers
  • Sample
  • Survey
  • Population
  • Types of sampling
  • Biased sample,
  • Biased question
 

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4MAT 4 Algebra Works!

4MAT 4 Algebra Training Dates

4MAT 4 Algebra training training is for teachers looking to use this program in their classroom. The training provides comprehensive guidance in how to use 4MAT 4 Algebra to help enhance Algebra I Instruction. This training includes 2 days of intensive instruction on how to use this program in the classroom. 

Participants will receive hands-on guidance in all the instructional activities and projects comprising the course. Upon completion, participants are fully equipped to implement this program in their classroom.

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Our Innovation

The 4MAT Method is based on the understanding that all people learn differently. Teachers can accommodate these differences using a concept-based approachto instruction that:

  • Engages
  • Informs
  • Allows for Practice
  • Allows for Creative Use of Material Learned
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