The "Big Idea" of high school mathematics instruction is for students to develop mathematical proficiency that will enable them to efficiently use mathematics to make sense of and improve the world around them.
To review the state of Texas' standards for these courses please visit the TEA website.
Algebra 2 - Spring 2012
In Algebra 2 students will build upon the concepts established in Algebra 1. We will focus on number sense, functions, transformations and systems. Knowledge of the concepts will be explored through multiple methods (graphically, verbally, algebraically, experimentally, etc…). Additionally, students will explore making connections between these different methods and applying them to real world situations through the use of technology.
Math Models - Fall 2011
Math Models is a problem-solving math course. Much of the material covered will have been touched on in a previous course; however, we will examine each topic in detail through word problems and real world situations. Students will use technology and models to investigate and explore mathematical ideas and relationships and develop multiple strategies for analyzing complex situations.Students will analyze situations verbally, numerically, graphically, and symbolically. Students will apply mathematical skills and make meaningful connections to life's experiences.
Last Modified on January 24, 2012