Give Your Math Skills a Jump Start with Free Workshops Aug. 22 -26

August 18, 2017

Jump Start for Math Being Offered in Preparation for Fall 2017 Semester
Workshops August 22 through 26 at the Learning Assistance Center in Bradner Library
Some classes also available via Live Webinar

     The Learning Assistance Center at Schoolcraft College is offering several math preparation/refresher workshops in August to help prepare students for Fall 2017 semester classes. The workshops are free and open to anyone planning on taking a college-level math course at Schoolcraft College or any college or university. Some workshops are presented on-campus and others are available via live webinar.  
     Math Survival Skills gives students a chance to participate in a math study skills inventory and learn specialized classroom, homework and test taking skills math students need to be successful in their math classes. 
     Jump Start 1000, includes a math study skills inventory and a review of the four fundamental operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) of whole numbers. 
     Jump Start 1500 is a review of basic geometry skills including angles, area and perimeter of polygons, area and circumference of circles, special triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem.
     Jump Start 2000 will include a math study skills inventory and a review of fractions, decimal, percent and order of operations.
     Jump Start 3000 includes a review of four basic integer operations, order of operations, expressions and linear equation solving
     Jump Start 4000 includes a review of expressions, linear equation solving, graphing lines and factoring polynomials. 
     The Jump Start sessions are free and open to anyone, however registration is necessary and space is limited. Learn More.