Getting Ready for University Calculus – Math 3200 Completion Course
This course is intended for students who were enrolled in Advanced Math 3200 at the time of school closure, and who want to ensure they have the skills and knowledge necessary for success in first-year university math. Offering course notes, video instruction, practice questions, unit assessments, and weekly live teacher support, this course will allow students to customize their experience of covering the needed content at their own pace. Rather than numerical grades, students can expect formative assessment feedback of a constructive nature that is aimed at helping them understand their mistakes while continuing to improve the necessary math skills needed for first-year university.
Pre-requisite: Enrolled in Math 3200 during the 2019-2020 School Year
Course Start Date: June 22, 2020
How To Apply: A fillable application can be downloaded here. Completed applications can be emailed to our Admissions Officer, Ms. Carol Noseworthy at email@example.com
Gabrielle Martin is an Educator with 19 years experience teaching High School Math and Calculus. Holding Bachelor degrees in Science (Applied Mathematics & Physics) and Intermediate/Secondary Education as well as a Master of Education degree with a focus on Math Learning, she also has extensive experience in online teaching through the Canadian Forces and the Arrupe Virtual Learning Institute. She has been a teacher at St. Bonaventure’s College for the last 15 years, currently teaches Calculus 3208, Math 3200, Math 2200, and Math 1201, and is also actively involved in the ongoing development of the SBC virtual learning platform. She has a passion for Mathematics and is excited to share her love of math with new students over the coming months.