Math Camps at Math is Magic! are happening and registration is open now. All workshops will be in-person and masks will be mandatory indoors. Snacks and supplies will be provided.
A.M.E.(Advanced Math Exploration) Level 1
July 4, 5, 6, 7 from 9am—12pm
This class will be focused on foundations and higher concepts. We will delve into the deepest oceans of number theory, exploring Real and Imaginary numbers, sequences, identities, probability, functions and life on the coordinate plane. Students should bring a daily snack:)
Target grades: 3-5
Algebra 1 ~ Get Set Go
July 4, 5, 6, 7 from 1pm--4pm
For students taking Algebra 1 in the Fall or those ready for the math of generalization: We begin with an intensive review of Pre-Algebra concepts, including fractions/decimals/percents, proportions, inequalities, absolute value, integers, and move on to properties of equality, variable substitution, simplifying algebraic expressions, solving equations & graphing linear functions.
SAT INTENSIVE Preparation Course
Aug 1, 2, 3, 4 from 9:30 am--1:30pm
This class is for students who will take college entrance exams over the next few months. Once again, the SAT will be offered on August 27th and many students are planning to take it during this time so they can entirely focus on achieving their target scores. We will learn specific strategies, methods and content mastery for both the calculator and non-calculator portions of the exam. Course books provided.
Limited to 15 students.
Quadratics Intensive ~ The Parabolic Experience
Aug 1,2,3,4 from 2pm--4:30pm
We will fully illuminate this conic section: graphing, solving, simplifying and real-world applications. We’ll prove the quadratic formula, not just memorize it! This is an excellent opportunity for students who have just completed Alg 1 or are heading into Alg 2 or PreCalc and need to solidify this core concept. Quadratics are an extremely important part of every upper math class and most often, the least
Geometry ~ Logic & Proof
Aug 22, 23, 24, 25 from 9:30---11:30 am In addition to reviewing core algebra techniques used in geometric applications and assuring we’re all ready for the Algebra quiz given the first week of school, we will learn to tackle the formal proof, definitions, postulates and theorems and adjust our visual space perception to see the beauty of the first three dimensions.
Algebra 2 ~ Up to Speed
Aug 22, 23, 24, 25 12--2pm
Second year Algebra is notoriously fast-paced and we will boot up the algebraic method, solidify first year concepts, introduce the family of functions and transformations in the plane. Exponents, logarithms, polynomials, radicals, non-linear inequalities, and trigonometry are all part of the curriculum.
Pre-Calculus ~ Functions in all forms (Math 111/FST)
Aug 29, 30, 31, Sept 1 9:30 am--12 noon
This course will bring together all of the maths studied so far, strengthening the complete algebraic method, non-linear inequalities, sequences & series, advanced system solving as well as review of polynomials, exponents and logarithms, domain, range and graphical transformations.
TI -84 plus CE graphing calculators will be used and it is recommended that students have personal calculators. C
Calculus~ Limits, Continuity and the Derivative
Aug 29, 30, 31, Sept 1 12:30--3pm
Introduction to limits, continuity and the definition of the derivative, basic Rules of Differentiation and AP prep. Ideal for students taking both levels of Calculus next year as well as those preparing for college courses.
To register, send a text to (541)517-4179 or email to email@example.com with "Summer 2022 Math Camps" and your student's name in the Subject line. Registration will be on a first-come basis and space is limited to between 12-20 students, depending on the class. Confirmation of registration will be sent out via email and text, so be sure to include your phone number in the email. Students who attend workshops will be invited to participate in future classes on scholarship and to receive private math tutoring lessons on scholarship as available. Please include the following information in the body of the email:
1. Student's name
2. 4j id number
3. Which math class your student attended most recently (last year).
4. Which math class they are planning to take in the Fall.
5. Phone number
6. email address