Full course description
Starts February 9, 2015
Here’s your chance to review the fundamental processes of mathematics with emphasis on problem-solving techniques.
During this five-week course, students can select individual math concepts or proceed through each of the self-paced learning modules. Topics include a review of arithmetic, introductory algebra, rudiments of analytic geometry, elementary trigonometry, introductory statistics, and basic finance. Module warm-up questions will help students identify learning deficits, which can then be addressed through the modules. This course also contextualizes math for trades, including electro-mechanical, engineering graphics, machining, and welding. Students who choose to master every short module quiz will be awarded a certificate of completion.
Topics covered include:
- Module One: Numbers, Conversions and Measurements
- Module Two: Algebra Essentials
- Module Three: Geometry
- Module Four: Trigonometry, Vectors and Logarithms
- Module Five: Concepts in Finance, Statistics and Graphing
Curtis Turner has worked and continues to work in all levels of education, levels Pre-k through Community College. Curtis holds Bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Science from West Texas A&M University and a Master’s Degree from the University of Colorado, Denver in Educational Leadership. Curtis serves as an academic Dean for Lamar Community College and continues to teach classes while working as an administrator. Curtis has developed district level curriculum in math, science and literacy and has done extensive curriculum work in Developmental Mathematics for the State of Colorado Community College System (CCCS). Previous to his work with CCCS, served for nine years as Principal in a small K-12 school district in rural Colorado. Additionally, early in his career he taught Math and Science courses at the middle and high school levels for 6 years.