Let's Do This Pre-Algebra FLEX Style: Simple Probability and Statistics

This 9-week course will help students understand the concept of probability, and how to express answers in fraction, decimal or percent form. Students will also use measures of central tendency to analyze data and construct graphs.
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No live meetings

Over 9 weeks


year olds


learners per class

per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

Available Times

Pacific Time

Sun Jun 12

Jun 12 - Aug 13 (9 weeks)
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Sun Jun 26

Jun 26 - Aug 27 (9 weeks)
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Sun Jul 10

Jul 10 - Sep 10 (9 weeks)
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Sun Jul 24

Jul 24 - Sep 24 (9 weeks)
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Sun Aug 7

Aug 7 - Oct 8 (9 weeks)
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Sun Aug 21

Aug 21 - Oct 22 (9 weeks)
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Sun Sep 4

Sep 4 - Nov 5 (9 weeks)
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Sun Sep 18

Sep 18 - Nov 19 (9 weeks)
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Sun Oct 2

Oct 2 - Dec 3 (9 weeks)
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Sun Oct 16

Oct 16 - Dec 17 (9 weeks)
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
In this FLEX class, students will:

-convert fractions to decimals and percents
-simplify fractions, use equivalent fractions to find percents
-use whole number operations to find mean, median, and range
-strengthen math vocabulary (quartiles, outliers, maximum, etc.)
-analyze and display data
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics as well as a Master's Degree in Education with a concentration in STEM.  I have created and collected a wide variety of resources to help students engage in a fun and comfortable way while building a strong foundation in mathematics.   With 20 years of experience teaching in the classroom coupled with 5+ years of experience teaching online to students with varying abilities and needs, I feel extremely qualified to deliver this instruction to learners via Outschool. 
Homework will be to complete the activities of each lesson prior to beginning the next lesson.
It would be nice for students to have a three-ring binder in order to keep track of assignments and notes each week.  I will provide a PDF via Outschool messages that will explain to students what needs to be for the week (objective, discussion question, notes and assessment).  A calculator and graph paper would be nice items to have, however, when possible, I will suggest websites that may have the tools that a learner may need (example: online calculators).
Students will have the option of submitting work to the classroom for feedback.  For certain lessons, a decoder puzzle will be attached, and students will know that they are on the right track by correctly solving the puzzle. 
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.


Lisa M Holland, Certified Math Teacher, MA, BS
Lives in the United States
Creating lifelong lovers of math!
235 total reviews
372 completed classes

About Me

Hello!  I have been an educator for over 25 years!  My teaching career began when I worked with a math and science program for several summers at Morgan State University, with the goal of helping middle school students pass the statewide Maryland... 
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