Algebra 3 is designed to give students a strong foundational understanding of the most essential topics of Algebra, as well as a working understanding of the personal finance topics they encounter now and in the near future. The course will engage students with real-world financial applications while maintaining deep mathematical rigor. Each of the course’s 10 units (and mini-units) blends one core personal finance topic with one relevant math concept (e.g. Investing and Exponential Functions).
Students will sometimes be expected to learn material by working with their teammates and/or solving problems on their own. Students are expected to be highly self-motivated, taking full responsibility for their own learning and seeking help when needed.Assessment/Assignments: