Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would definitely recommend this course to any Bartlett High School students who are unsure about the math class that they want to be in. I found this class very helpful because it brought back many math concepts that I've learned in algebra and geometry, but it also went more in depth on these concepts which helped me understand them even more. Also, if I was confused, it was easy for me to ask my teacher and receive further explanation. Overall, this class prepared me a lot for my college-level math classes.
Course highlights:
A very large portion of this class was about functions. We learned how to graph them, how to find the inverse function, and how to graph the inverse function. Another important part of this class was graphing trig functions. This helped me understand about the origination of trig functions by seeing them plotted on a graph. This course also showed some of the first topics covered in calculus- limits and derivatives. This prepared me a lot for my first few weeks in calculus because we were taught the basics of calculus.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
I would definitely stay on top of the homework assignments. The book work and the worksheets all helped me understand each concept. Even if you do just a few problems a day, it will make a difference in your grade if you practice the problems enough.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
This teacher not only instructed but inspired her students. She taught with passion that transfered to the students.
Course highlights:
I increased my problem solving ability. I learned all needed basci skills and skills to find a new way of solving a problem.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Work hard and you will be fine