New! Math for 55+

New! Math for 55+
4 sessions, 6 hours

This course will re-introduce you to basic mathematical principles including algebra. The goal of this course is to simplify matters so you can again feel confident using math in your everyday life. Principles you will learn include number theory, rules of divisibility, mental computation, and most importantly, why things work the way they do. You may even find yourself able to help your children or grandchildren with the modern math concepts taught in schools today that seem so unusual to many of us who were taught math decades ago.

Instructor: Nick Diaz taught mathematics for 30 years in the Frederick County Public School system. He currently serves as Mathematics and Enrichment Consultant and coordinates the middle school mathematics competition and high school Academic Tournament for the county. He also conducts informal sessions and seminars with elementary school teachers to enhance their knowledge and understanding of mathematics. He has been recognized with numerous awards including the Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award. Nick currently serves on the Frederick Community College Board of Trustees.

ILR872  Math for 55+
5 digit number:  15780
Mon 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM, 6/4/2018-6/25/2018
Tuition: $20     Fee: $49          Total: $69
Location: Conference Center (E Building)/E106
MD Residents Age 60+ Pay Fee Only

3 Comments on “New! Math for 55+

  1. If I may leave a comment about the above graphic that goes with this course’s description: No fancy formulae! Instead, you’ll see much simpler stuff that will encourage you to think of mathematics in a “different” way so that you’ll be able to use it efficiently in your daily life.

    Nick Diaz,

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