VIRTUAL LEARNING IN MATH BOOST:  We will have a weekly topic to review/learn about. Each Wednesday, I will send a document via Microsoft Teams containing notes and practice for a particular math topic.  Some weeks it might just be a fun math activity or an activity involving math in the real world.  Depending on your experience with the particular math topic, you may need to do very little or a lot to gain a good understanding.  See more details in Teams.  If you were not in my BOOST class right before distance learning began but want to receive the weekly topic information and project, just email me and I'll add you to a class in Teams so you can access it all (quattlat@pwcs.edu).

WEEKLY TOPIC (access materials via Microsoft Teams):

June 10th:  HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!

June 3rd:     SUMMER MATH RIDDLE

May 27th:   QUESTIONAIRE

May 20th:   $100 WORD CHALLENGE

May 13th:    MOVIE MATH TRIVIA

May 6th:      ORDER OF OPERATIONS

April 29th:   MATH IN THE MOVIES: The Greatest Showman & Hidden Figures

April 22nd:  COMPOSITE FIGURES


April 15th:   PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM




EXPLORATION / REVIEW TOOLS:  If you'd rather not go with the weekly topic route, I've provided math links to a variety of resources below:  SOL standards; Practice questions; Online tutorials and games as well as Desmos and printable formula sheets and graph paper. These resources are for any student regardless if they had Boost or not.

Feel free to come here for supplemental resources.  If you happen to need direction on where to start, I would recommend viewing the "Math Standards - VDOE" below for which math skills you were required to learn this year and identify those you struggled with.  Pick a struggling topic a week (i.e. spend a week mastering inequalities).  Then try some of the other links below for videos, tutorials, and games to learn those skills.  During and afterwards, practice your knowledge using Jlab or Released Tests or Khan Academy and see how much you've accomplished.  

Please let me know if you have any questions (quattlat@pwcs.edu).  

Stay safe and well!
Mrs. Q.