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SJC Math Workshops

SJC Spring 2015 Math Workshops

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Workshops
Date
Location
Time
Description
Operations on Decimals
 
 
(Wednesday)
February 4, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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.
 
 
Order of Operations
(Wednesday) February 11, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will take an in-depth look at applying the Order of Operations to simplify expressions. Numerous examples will be presented involving all four levels of the Order of Operations.
 
Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division
 
(Wednesday) February 18, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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
 
(Wednesday) February 25, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! The prime factorization of numbers will be reviewed and many examples will be explored. 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
 
 
(Wednesday)
March 4, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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.
 
 
Order of Operations
(Wednesday) March 11, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will take an in-depth look at applying the Order of Operations to simplify expressions. Numerous examples will be presented involving all four levels of the Order of Operations.
 
Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division
 
(Wednesday) March 18, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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
 
(Wednesday) April 1, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! The prime factorization of numbers will be reviewed and many examples will be explored. 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
 
 
(Wednesday)
April 8, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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.
 
 
Order of Operations
(Wednesday) April 15, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will take an in-depth look at applying the Order of Operations to simplify expressions. Numerous examples will be presented involving all four levels of the Order of Operations.
 
Operations on Fractions, Multiplication & Division
 
(Wednesday) April 22, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
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
 
(Wednesday) April 29, 2015
Room 155
12:30 to3:30pm
This workshop will cover Greatest Common Factors (GCFs) and Least Common Multiples (LCMs) and more importantly how to find them! The prime factorization of numbers will be reviewed and many examples will be explored. 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.