Algebra 1 Online (7–9)

This equivalent of a high school Algebra 1 course blends traditional exercises with more challenging enrichment problems and enables you to develop an understanding of algebraic concepts, algorithms, and procedures while exploring core concepts such as graphing, prealgebra foundations, and models and statistics. Using Thinkwell’s robust learning platform, Duke TIP provides video lectures starring Dr. Burger, who helps you understand complex algebraic concepts through a real-world, practical lens while helping you feel at home in the virtual classroom. Pursue electronic activities and unique Duke TIP problem-solving assignments. Show your culminating mastery of material by taking several quizzes, midterms, and a final exam. Use Thinkwell’s glossary and resources to find tips such as avoiding common math mistakes and solving word problems. In this course, you learn to make sense of and solve complex problems, to reason abstractly, and to synthesize multiple mathematical concepts. Answer keys and in-depth mentor guidelines allow you and your mentor to review your work for accuracy.

Details

Format: Online

Length: 12 months

Cost: $175 standard / $135 for TIP members

Features: Aligned with Common Core Math standards (excluding geometry) | Multimedia | Interactive quizzes and activities

Objectives (PDF) | Navigating this course | Pretest | Contributors (PDF) | Syllabus (PDF)

 

Windows
Mac
  • Windows XP, Vista, and 7
  • Minimum browser version required: Firefox 2; Internet Explorer 6
  • Only RAM required is that used by browser
  • Internet connection at 56Kb or higher strongly recommended
  • Adobe Flash 9
  • Java security settings may need to be adjusted to use the Equation Editor in some browsers. Follow these steps (PDF) to edit your Java security settings.
  • Mac OS X 10.4
  • Minimum browser version required: Safari 3; Firefox 2
  • Only RAM required is that used by browser
  • Internet connection at 56Kb or higher strongly recommended
  • Adobe Flash 9
  • Java security settings may need to be adjusted to use the Equation Editor in some browsers. Follow these steps (PDF) to edit your Java security settings.

Mobile friendly for some devices (Adobe Flash Player required)