Be Ready for Algebra II

8 weeks, 2X a week, 90 minutes, Ages 13-15

Wonders of Math
Algebra II is hard; without the proper foundation students can flounder. This course reviews the foundations of Algebra so students hit the ground running.

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Algebra I

8 Weeks, Twice a Week

Multi-Week Course

90 Minutes

Class Duration

3-8 Kids

Class Size

Ages 13-15

Age Range

$395

Per Learner (USD)

Available Times

Mondays & Wednesdays
11:30am-1:00pm mtn

Week 1 – June 1 & 3
Week 2 – June 8 & 10
Week 3 – June 15 & 17
Week 4 – June 22 & 24
BREAK – June 29 & July 1
Week 5 – July 6 & 8
Week 6 – July 13 & 15
Week 7 – July 20 & 22
Week 8 – July 27 & 29
CLOSED

Tuesdays & Thursdays
9:00-10:30am mtn

Week 1 – June 2 & 4
Week 2 – June 9 & 11
Week 3 – June 16 & 18
Week 4 – June 23 & 25
BREAK – June 30 & July 2
Week 5 – July 7 & 9
Week 6 – July 14 & 16
Week 7 – July 21 & 23
Week 8 – July 28 & 30
CLOSED

Tuesdays & Thursdays
11:30am-1:00pm mtn

Week 1 – June 2 & 4
Week 2 – June 9 & 11
Week 3 – June 16 & 18
Week 4 – June 23 & 25
BREAK – June 30 & July 2
Week 5 – July 7 & 9
Week 6 – July 14 & 16
Week 7 – July 21 & 23
Week 8 – July 28 & 30
CLOSED

Course Description

There is so much to cover in Algebra II that students often miss seeing the forest for the trees, jumping from memorizing one skill to another without developing robust understandings. This course provides students with the foundation and sense of the bigger picture that they will need to have success in Algebra II and beyond. Math is power. Here, students develop the confidence that enables them to harness that power. This course provides personal face to face sessions with a caring and experienced teacher in a supportive learning environment. Additionally students have access to a rich library of content and assignments between sessions. The course breakdown is as follows:

Week 1: Linear functions in the real-world
Week 2: Graphing linear functions
Week 3: Connecting representations of functions
Week 4: Connecting equations, graphs, and tables
Week 5: Linear and non-linear models
Week 6: Graphing quadratic functions
Week 7: Multiplying and factoring polynomials
Week 8: Connecting forms of linear and quadratic functions

Woot Tutor Online Classes – FAQ

What are Woot Tutor’s online classes?
Woot Tutor’s online classes are designed for small group instruction. We believe something magical happens when you combine a terrific instructor with a small group of students who are all focused on an engaging topic.

Whether it is a math camp or course, our curriculum is designed to challenge each student around important topics and ways of thinking that leads to future success in school. The small class size allows instructors to understand the learning style of each student and provide individualized feedback that attends to the strengths and weaknesses of each learner.

Why choose Woot Tutor?
At the heart of all great instruction, is a teacher that cares and believes in a young person. With that in mind, we are picky about who teaches these classes. This summer, we are delighted that all of the instructors are experienced math teachers and professors that we have worked with for many years. They are not only content experts, they are beloved by students because they care, and because they are able to bring math to life in a way that is deeply engaging.

What are the class norms?
It is simple. Teachers and students agree to…

    • Be present: Attend sessions on time and be an active learner
    • Be respectful: Treat each person with respect and value their strengths
    • Be all in: Seriously. Great classes are only great if everyone brings their all.

What does Woot Tutor use for Video Conferencing?
Woot Tutor developed a video conferencing platform specifically for providing a great experience for online learning. Don’t take our word, here is what The College Board wrote about it…

“[Woot Tutor’s platform] far outpaces what we have seen in the market… We’re excited to explore how else College Board and Woot Tutor can collaborate to connect students to the support they need to achieve college and career success.”

Unlike many other video conferencing platforms, Woot Tutor was developed specifically for K-12 instruction of mathematics. In addition to video and audio, there is an integrated whiteboard for shared work, there are breakout spaces that the instructor controls, and the curriculum is integrated into the space to make it easy for teachers and students to move through shared problems and ideas.

What are the technology and software requirements?
Since you are reading this, you already have access to a browser and an internet connection, which is perfect.

Browser
Woot Tutor online classes are designed to work with all major browsers –

Google Chrome
Safari
Firefox
Edge

Please make sure your browser is up to date with the latest version. If you have any issues, please let us know.

Audio & Video
All of our online classes use Woot Tutor’s video chat. For safety reasons and to create a classroom experience, we required that students enable their audio/video during the class.

This means that your computer or tablet has a microphone and webcam built in. If you have an older device, you might need to add these as separate devices.

Internet
You will also need a reliable internet connection. Most DSL and Cable internet plans will work perfectly.

Are Woot Tutor’s classes recorded?
For safety and quality assurance, Woot Tutor records all live classes.

We allow our teachers to review these recordings so that they can learn from the sessions to make them stronger.
We take privacy seriously, and we never share the class recordings outside of Woot Tutor for any reason. Woot Tutor stores recordings for two years after which they are automatically and permanently deleted.

While you are allowed to take and share pictures or videos of your student learning on Woot Tutor, you are not allowed to capture and share the name or picture of other students.

What is the policy on the age range?
We carefully choose the ages that are appropriate for specific courses and camps. Not only do we want the material to be age appropriate, but we want the cohort of students to be reasonably close in age so there is naturally more connection. To make sure that we provide a great experience to all students, we ask that you adhere to the guidelines when you sign up your child.

What is the cancellation and transfer policy?
Due to the unique circumstances of online classroom access, Woot Tutor is unable to offer refunds or transfers for our summer programs.