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Fundamentals of Pre-Algebra · Summer Camp Session

Orientation

A brief orientation explaining the topics we will cover throughout the series!

Sahasra T

Session ended.

Pre-Algebra · Summer Camp Series

Fundamentals of Pre-Algebra

    8th session

We'll go through the topics of Pre-Algebra each session and do practice problems throughout the series.

Sahasra T

8/30

Quadratic Crash Course · Summer Camp Session

Quadratic functions & equations

In this session, we will be going over the "quadratic functions and equations" portion of the unit. Please bring paper and a writing utensil for practice problems!

Isha B

14/20

Algebra 1 · Summer Camp Series

Quadratic Crash Course

    2nd session

Cohosting with @Raisa: https://schoolhouse.world/u/106074 How do you find solutions for quadratics using the quadratic formula? How do you add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials? This series is intended for anyone who is learning quadratics currently or tried it previously and struggled. We will go through the major topics taught in Quadratics through Khan Academy. We plan on spending a few days on each unit. It is required you have a strong base in math (multiplication, division, PEMDAS), and have completed all the other major topics in Algebra 1. *** IF YOU REGISTER AFTER THE START DATE, PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WON'T BE ABLE TO REVIEW PREVIOUS TOPICS ALREADY COVERED *** Here are the links to the Khan Academy units, if you would like to take a look: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/x2f8bb11595b61c86:quadratic-functions-equations/ https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/x2f8bb11595b61c86:quadratics-multiplying-factoring/

Isha B

14/20

Experimental · Summer Camp Series

Lets Make Website with HTML, CSS, and Flexbox! (Still Open!)

    4th session

3 Coding languages in 3 weeks! This series is meant for beginners! Lets learn how to build stunning websites with HTML, CSS, and Flexbox! Let's learn HTML, CSS, and flexbox together from the very beginning. We will also learn these topics: - How websites run on the internet - HTML boilerplate, images, etc. - HTML tags, lists, images, links - Advanced HTML topics - CSS Basics - IDs, Classes, selectors - Box Mode of CSS - Learn 30+ CSS properties - What is flexbox and how does it work? - Flexbox basics - Learn flexbox properties This series will be more project based rather than lecture based. I will teach you guys what we're learning one day, and the next day, you guys will get a project in which you have to design something. Next week, we will check our projects and give feedback!

Pranav K

5 spots left!

Calculus · Summer Camp Series

AP Calculus AB+BC Bootcamp!!!! (For People Taking the Class in 2022-23)

    17th session

Held every Tuesday+Thursday, starting July 5th! Amazing mathematics tutor, definitely go to his sessions! Including his office hour series for this series (please join if and only if you are registered for this series!): https://schoolhouse.world/series/1723> Each of us are 100% certified in Calculus, and Shadman took AP Calculus BC in 2021-2022. We will do our best to create the best first impressions of calculus we can, though experienced learners are also welcome to come and review! In this series, we expect to go over the entire curriculum of AP Calculus BC (but AB students are still welcome to join!), starting all the way from limits going all the way to infinite series! This series is meant to help people with a pre-existing understanding of pre-calculus, but we may review some of the topics in pre-calculus for the first session after orientation (don't worry: you won't need everything from pre-calc!). In any case, afterwards, we will focus on every BC unit for one to two days, and we will also hold office hours and review sessions for people who have questions or need to catch up! If you need any 1-on-1 help, you can contact either Satrio or Shadman Can't wait to see you all! For eager people out there: Here is a link to the AP Calculus AB curriculum on the College Board's official page (includes prerequisites): https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/courses/ap-calculus-ab Here is a link to the AP Calculus BC curriculum on the College Board's official page (includes prerequisites): https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/courses/ap-calculus-bc Here's a link to our syllabus (and master document on which all resources and materials are posted): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_IF7eaN43FBUdRv2kIoUxGFRvDIF-ejEWNjuOwLFHTs/edit?usp=sharing (Note: I am currently on indefinite break. Will return once I reorganize things :) )

Shadman S

4 spots left!

Calculus · Summer Camp Series

Prepare for AP Calculus AB & BC!

    5th session

Hey everyone! I am Pranjal, a rising senior in high school. In this series, I will cover all of the units from AP Calculus AB and BC, explaining concepts and solving multiple problems along the way, along with providing example problems within each session. This series will start with an orientation, in which I will cover the general overview of the 12-day course. Each day, there will be optional homework assignments (for developing each topic through practice), and I will provide help on any issue through the 1:1 chats. PREREQUISITES Precalculus OR Algebra II RELEVANT CREDENTIALS - 5 on AP Calculus BC Exam - 5 on AP Physics C: Mechanics Exam - 5 on AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Exam - Completed Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra college courses (A in both)

Pranjal C

20/30

Experimental · Summer Camp Series

Foundations of Chemical Thermodynamics

    2nd session

In this course, we will examine the principles that underpin the subject of thermodynamics and its application to chemistry. In particular, we will focus on answering the following questions: 1. What is thermodynamics, and why is it important in daily life? 2. How does nomenclature play a role in forming the language of thermodynamics? 3. What laws form the foundation of thermodynamics, and why are they important? 4. How can thermodynamics be used to facilitate our understanding of other important topics in chemistry? Throughout the course, we will develop the chemical and mathematical skills necessary to gain a deeper appreciation for thermodynamics and its many applications. Consequently, students do not need prior experience in subjects like chemistry, algebra, and calculus to succeed in this course. Course sessions will mostly consist of lectures, but portions of some sessions will involve discussion and participation from the students. Moreover, students will have the opportunity to work on activities outside of class and hone their skills through practice problems. Attendance will not be strictly required for each session, but missing sessions may result in a loss of continuity.

Nosaze I

6 spots left!

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