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Problem Solving for Mathematicians: Algebra 1 Math Workroom

Mathematicians will work together in an ongoing student-led, teacher-facilitated workroom to problem solve through Algebra I. May be taken as a complete Algebra I class or may supplement a more traditional class. Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra
Kristen LeGeyt M.Ed. Secondary Mathematics
196 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 58 learners
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Class Experience

Students will be able to confidently problem solve using previously acquired mathematics skills and support from peers.
Students will be able to explore new Algebra I concepts through inquiry methods.
Students will be able to present solutions and conclusions to peers.
Mathematicians will be provided with the complete trimester (Fall, Spring, or Summer) problem set upon enrolling in this course.  Problems will be assigned each week for independent work (approximately 1-2 hours per week is suggested but not required).
 2 files available upon enrollment
Handouts will be available to students upon enrolling in the form of a printable Trimester Problem Set (a new set of problems is provided every Fall, Spring, and Summer). Problem Sets come from the Phillips Exeter Academy Curriculum. Technology can have a positive effect on mathematics classrooms and curricula. While the use of different forms of technology is encouraged, it is not required that students purchase a handheld calculator. If students wish to purchase a calculator to support their work, it is advised that they read through the list of allowed devices on the various standardized testing websites and college mathematics placement requirements before choosing which to purchase. I am currently recommending the Texas Instruments TI-84 Graphing Calculator (some students may prefer the upgraded TI-Nspire CAS version but it is not universally allowed by colleges still but has many more capabilities as well as supporting Python). I am currently also recommending that every student take the time to set up a free online account through
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.


Kristen LeGeyt M.Ed. Secondary Mathematics
Lives in the United States
State Certified Secondary Mathematics Teacher grades 7-12
196 total reviews
435 completed classes

About Me

I teach a variety of secondary mathematics classes on OutSchool for students from 7th to 12th grade.  Traditional core content courses I offer are Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus.  I also offer problem-solving or... 
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