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SJC Math Workshops

Spring 2016 Math Workshops

Workshops

Date

Location

Time

Description

 

Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division

 

(Monday) February 1, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the two basic operations, multiplication, and division, and reducing as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

Operations on Fractions, Addition &Subtraction

 

(Monday) February 8, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! Picking up where the last Fractions workshop left off, this workshop will review the two more basic operations, addition and subtraction, as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

 

 

Operations on Decimals

 

 

(Monday)

February 22, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

Beginning with an overview of the place value chart, this workshop features the right side of the decimal point – decimal numbers. Conversions between the decimal form and the fraction form of a rational number will be explored. The four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as they apply to decimal numbers will also be reviewed.

Percentages

(Monday) February 29, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover converting fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions and percentages to fractions or decimals.  Students will be given the opportunity to practice these skills.

Practice Assessment Test

(Monday) March 7,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the topics covered in the previous workshops and cover other material on the assessment test including geometry and averages.  Students will also have the opportunity to take a practice assessment test to determine their readiness to take the test.

 

Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division

 

(Monday) March 14, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the two basic operations, multiplication, and division, and reducing as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

 

Operations on Fractions, Addition &Subtraction

 

(Monday) March 28, 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! Picking up where the last Fractions workshop left off, this workshop will review the two more basic operations, addition and subtraction, as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

 

 

Operations on Decimals

 

 

(Monday)

April 4,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

Beginning with an overview of the place value chart, this workshop features the right side of the decimal point – decimal numbers. Conversions between the decimal form and the fraction form of a rational number will be explored. The four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as they apply to decimal numbers will also be reviewed.

Percentages

(Monday)

April 11,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover converting fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions and percentages to fractions or decimals.  Students will be given the opportunity to practice these skills.

Practice Assessment Test

(Monday)

April 18,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the topics covered in the previous workshops and cover other material on the assessment test including geometry and averages.  Students will also have the opportunity to take a practice assessment test to determine their readiness to take the test.

 

Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division

 

(Monday)

April 25,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the two basic operations, multiplication, and division, and reducing as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

 

Operations on Fractions, Addition &Subtraction

 

(Monday)

May 2,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! Picking up where the last Fractions workshop left off, this workshop will review the two more basic operations, addition and subtraction, as they apply to fractions. Numerous examples will be presented involving proper fractions and mixed numbers.

 

 

Operations on Decimals

 

 

(Monday)

May 9,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

Beginning with an overview of the place value chart, this workshop features the right side of the decimal point – decimal numbers. Conversions between the decimal form and the fraction form of a rational number will be explored. The four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as they apply to decimal numbers will also be reviewed.

Percentages

(Monday)

May 16,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will cover converting fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions and percentages to fractions or decimals.  Students will be given the opportunity to practice these skills.

 

Practice Assessment Test

(Monday)

May 23,

 2016

Room 1215

9:00 to 10:50

am

This workshop will review the topics covered in the previous workshops and cover other material on the assessment test including geometry and averages.  Students will also have the opportunity to take a practice assessment test to determine their readiness to take the test.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can download a copy of this schedule right here: Spring2016_math_center_workshops.pdf