How Do the Secondary Mathematics Courses Work?

The secondary courses have both online and offline components. The online component consists of three main components:

  1. Lectures are the most fundamental component of the course. Presented using digital sound and graphics, lectures are designed to resemble what a teacher would write on a chalkboard while lecturing in a traditional classroom. There is an emphasis on the informal nature of spoken mathematics.

  2. Online Exercises follow lectures and and vary by course. These exercises may be in the form of quizzes in which the student answers questions about the lecture or interactive expositions in which a student is led through detailed arguments step by step.

  3. Derivations are presented during which the student is asked to prove mathematical facts using a symbolic computation environment.

Depending on the course, offline components may include homework assignments, unit tests, and the final exam.

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