## All Courses Adobe Photoshop Certification Course\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description This course prepares students to demonstrate expertise in Adobe’s Photoshop software and take the ACA Certification Exam on Photoshop. Students will learn through engaging and interactive content, projects, and practice exam items aligned to the learning objectives outlined by Adobe’s exam specifications. Students will leave this course with career-ready, real‐time skills in one of the most popular software programs in the world!Add to cart Aeronautics and Space Travel\$330.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description This course introduces students to the history and near future of space travel. Students will explore the possibilities of moon bases, Mars colonies, and visiting the outer planets in our solar system and their moons. Students will also discuss important ethical and legal issues around space exploration, such as asteroid mining and war in space. The course gives an expansive view of the technologies, science, and theories that will make far-fetched dreams into realities during the student's lifetime. Course Breakdown Introduction to Space Travel Apollo and Shuttles International Space Station and Satellites Moon Base Mars Colony Asteroid Mining Solar System Exploration Robots and War in Space Spacecraft Technology Interstellar Travel Add to cart Algebra 1 [Competency Based] (1st semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description What are algebraic expressions? How are they structured, and how can they be combined to create equations and inequalities? How do you know that the solutions you find are correct? In Algebra 1, students create expressions from verbal descriptions, manipulate and transform them, and create visual models. Requiring students to explain each step helps them understand mathematical processes. Exploring functions, sequences, and their corresponding graphs helps students determine the best ways to represent each. Students examine functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and learn how to translate between these different forms. Students’ depth of understanding increases as they complete proofs and describe data, fitting functions to their data. Students then extend their knowledge of linear and exponential relationships and apply their new understanding to create quadratic and exponential expressions as models of real-life phenomena. Course Breakdown The real number system Algebraic expressions One-variable linear equations Rates, ratios, and proportions Proportions and percent One-variable linear inequalities Compound inequalities Graphing relationships Introduction to functions Domain and range Course Goals Perform operations with real numbers. Solve one-step and multistep equations using different operations. Solve problems involving rates and proportions. Define percentages and solve simple percent problems. Solve one-step and multistep linear inequalities using different operations. Recognize functions and different aspects of their graphs.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Competency Based] (2nd semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description What are algebraic expressions? How are they structured, and how can they be combined to create equations and inequalities? How do you know that the solutions you find are correct? In Algebra 1, students create expressions from verbal descriptions, manipulate and transform them, and create visual models. Requiring students to explain each step helps them understand mathematical processes. Exploring functions, sequences, and their corresponding graphs helps students determine the best ways to represent each. Students examine functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and learn how to translate between these different forms. Students’ depth of understanding increases as they complete proofs and describe data, fitting functions to their data. Students then extend their knowledge of linear and exponential relationships and apply their new understanding to create quadratic and exponential expressions as models of real-life phenomena. Course Breakdown Slope and intercepts of linear equations Scatter plots Systems of equations Exponential expressions Operations with polynomials Introduction to factoring Quadratic functions Linear-quadratic systems Data displays Probability concepts Geometric sequences Exponential functions Radical and rational equations Simple inverse functions Course Goals Interpret the different parts of slope-intercept and point-slope forms of equations. Demonstrate the ability to solve systems using different methods. Simplify polynomials using multiple operations. Apply the different methods of factoring polynomials. Apply different methods of solving quadratic equations based on a given context. Define and use each of the measures of central tendency. Compute various types of probabilities. Solve problems involving radicals using multiple operations.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Credit Recovery]\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description What are algebraic expressions? How are they structured, and how can they be combined to create equations and inequalities? How do you know that the solutions you find are correct? In Algebra 1, students create expressions from verbal descriptions, manipulate and transform them, and create visual models. Requiring students to explain each step helps them understand mathematical processes. Exploring functions, sequences, and their corresponding graphs helps students determine the best ways to represent each. Students examine functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and learn how to translate between these different forms. Students’ depth of understanding increases as they complete proofs and describe data, fitting functions to their data. Students then extend their knowledge of linear and exponential relationships and apply their new understanding to create quadratic and exponential expressions as models of real-life phenomena. Course Breakdown Structure of expressions Solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable Graphing linear equations Slope and intercepts Scatter plots Systems of equations Systems of inequalities Structures of polynomials Solving quadratic equations Graphing quadratic equations Course Goals Solve one-step and multistep equations using different operations. Solve one-step and multistep linear inequalities using different operations. Interpret different types of graphed lines. Demonstrate the ability to solve systems using different methods. Apply the different methods of factoring polynomials. Investigate rational expressions. Compute various types of probabilities.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Honors] (1st semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description Throughout Algebra 1 [Honors], students will study a range of topics that extend beyond the traditional framework of Algebra 1. This course begins with fundamental topics in algebra, including number classification, parts of expressions, linear equations, and proportionality. Students will extend these topics as they learn about the many characteristics and applications of linear functions. The course continues with an exploration of systems of equations and inequalities, the structure of polynomials, and an in-depth examination of quadratic functions. Students wrap up the course by analyzing data and probability concepts, inverses, radical functions, and rational expressions. Course Breakdown Properties of real numbers Expressions and linear equations Ratios and rates Decimals, percentages, and fractions Proportions Linear inequalities Function notation Domain and range Arithmetic sequences Slope and intercept of a line Course Goals Perform operations with real numbers. Solve one-step and multistep equations using different operations. Solve problems involving rates and proportions. Model applications with rates and proportions. Analyze functions and different aspects of their graphs. Interpret the parts of slope-intercept and point-slope forms of equations.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Honors] (2nd semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description Throughout Algebra 1 [Honors], students will study a range of topics that extend beyond the traditional framework of Algebra 1. This course begins with fundamental topics in algebra, including number classification, parts of expressions, linear equations, and proportionality. Students will extend these topics as they learn about the many characteristics and applications of linear functions. The course continues with an exploration of systems of equations and inequalities, the structure of polynomials, and an in-depth examination of quadratic functions. Students wrap up the course by analyzing data and probability concepts, inverses, radical functions, and rational expressions. Course Breakdown Systems of equations and inequalities Exponent rules Polynomial operations Factoring polynomials Quadratic function characteristics Nonlinear systems Data displays Probability Exponential functions Radical and cubic functions Inverse functions Rational expressions and functions Course Goals Demonstrate the ability to solve systems of equations using a variety of methods. Simplify polynomials using different operations. Apply the different methods of factoring polynomials. Choose an appropriate method for solving a quadratic equation. Explore the measures of central tendency. Compute various forms of probabilities. Solve problems involving rational expressions by using different operations.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Project Based] (1st semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description What are algebraic expressions? How are they structured, and how can they be combined to create equations and inequalities? How do you know that the solutions you find are correct? In Algebra 1, students create expressions from verbal descriptions, manipulate and transform them, and create visual models. Requiring students to explain each step helps them understand mathematical processes. Exploring functions, sequences, and their corresponding graphs helps students determine the best ways to represent each. Students examine functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and learn how to translate between these different forms. Students’ depth of understanding increases as they complete proofs and describe data, fitting functions to their data. Students then extend their knowledge of linear and exponential relationships and apply their new understanding to create quadratic and exponential expressions as models of real-life phenomena.Add to cart Algebra 1 [Project Based] (2nd semester)\$250.00Rated 0 out of 5Course Description What are algebraic expressions? How are they structured, and how can they be combined to create equations and inequalities? How do you know that the solutions you find are correct? In Algebra 1, students create expressions from verbal descriptions, manipulate and transform them, and create visual models. Requiring students to explain each step helps them understand mathematical processes. Exploring functions, sequences, and their corresponding graphs helps students determine the best ways to represent each. Students examine functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally, and learn how to translate between these different forms. Students’ depth of understanding increases as they complete proofs and describe data, fitting functions to their data. Students then extend their knowledge of linear and exponential relationships and apply their new understanding to create quadratic and exponential expressions as models of real-life phenomena. Course Breakdown Systems of equations and inequalities Scientific notation Properties of exponents Operations with polynomials Factoring Characteristics of quadratic functions Modeling with quadratic functions Data displays Measures of central tendency Experimental and theoretical probability Geometric sequences Simple exponential functions Radical equations Course Goals Demonstrate the ability to solve systems of equations using a variety of methods. Simplify polynomials using multiple operations. Use knowledge of polynomials and scientific notation to interpret and analyze waste. Apply the different methods of factoring polynomials. Apply different methods of solving quadratic equations based on a given context. Define and use each of the measures of central tendency. Compute various types of probabilities. Utilize knowledge of measures of central tendency to analyze epidemics. Solve problems involving radicals by using multiple operations. Add to cart