The Pre-Algebra online course helps you develop key numeracy skills and numerical techniques – foundational for students preparing for algebra. Getting confident with numbers is also a key skill for daily life so this is an important course for students to master. View our CLASSROOM or learn more below and start your FREE one week Pre-Algebra TRIAL.
Who is the Pre-Algebra Online Course For?
The Pre-Algebra course develops students numerical skills and thus confidence for daily life and as a foundation for all future Math courses. Students should have at least basic experience with using numbers before taking this course which focuses on numeracy concepts and techniques so students will soon be ready for algebra. View the CLASSROOM.
What is Taught in the Pre-Algebra Online Course?
Numbers & Negative Numbers, Factors & Multiples, Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Decimals, Ratio & Proportion, Exponents & Radicals, Scientific notation. The Pre-Algebra online course can be used to help students learn these topics for the first time or as review using our on-demand videos. So, it’s like having your own Pre-Algebra tutor available whenever you need support, 24/7. View the full Pre-algebra online course SYLLABUS.
What Will I Learn in This Course?
Firstly, students will develop core numeracy skills which can then be used to solve a range of Math problems now and in future Math courses. Secondly, students will gain skills which will later make the transition to algebra classes smooth and comfortable. Students practice what they’ve learnt from our step-by-step instructional videos using carefully designed Pre-Algebra worksheets.
How Does Pre-Algebra Compare to Algebra 1?
The Pre-Algebra online course focuses particularly on mastering numerical skills which students should have in place before moving onto Algebra 1. Algebra 1 is the perfect course for students who are new to algebra and taking their first steps into learning algebra techniques. Learn more about ALGEBRA 1.
Pre-Algebra teaches students skills as an important foundation for all future Math courses. Certainly the next step from Pre-Algebra should be Algebra 1, or a similar course, which supports students learning algebra for the first time.