Foundations and Pre-Calculus Math 10 is an introduction to the abstract world of mathematics. Students are required to reach a deeper understanding of algebra, linear functions and trigonometry, and so in this course Sam aims to frame these topics in both a practical and intriguing context. Students of this course should be expecting a challenge, and be prepared to meet this challenge with a commitment to working hard in and out of the classroom. Sam has a personal passion for viewing the world through a mathematical lens, and values the opportunity to share this insight with his students. There is no guarantee that taking this course will change your life, but maybe we’ll figure out the probability of such an outcome together.
Key Benefits & Takeaways
- small, focused classes
- students earn high school credits*
- customized content to fit the needs of each student
*students register with an online school who administers the course and grants the credits
Math 10 is beneficial for
- kids who want a spare block next year
Your Teacher: Jaclyn Marcil
Jaclyn graduated from the University of Toronto in 2016 with a double major in math and physics. She also has extensive knowledge in pre-medicine biology and chemistry, and over five years of extensive tutoring experience working with a wide variety of students ranging from grade one to graduate students. She is also fluent in Spanish and French. Jaclyn provides a style of teaching focused on the professional development of her student’s capabilities while incorporating the student’s perspective to form a personalized learning experience. Outside of teaching, Jaclyn enjoys lifting weights, getting lost on her bike on the odd day that it doesn’t rain, and cooking. She also likes to partake in discussions about world events, past and present, and human behaviour.
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