A solid foundation in Algebra is critical because if they miss it, they will struggle. I've taught Algebra for over 30 years, and it's the same problem: kids have no foundation, some get overlooked in class, and the lesson seems complicated. It doesn't have to be that way.
This course is designed for kids starting as early as three years old to middle school. Our courses lay the foundations for Algebra in a simple and easy way for kids to understand, giving your child a total understanding of Algebra.
Let's me show you how easy it is to learn the equation of a line through our program:
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Starting from a point Self Check - Starting from a point BMX bike Self Check - BMX bike Introduction to the Coordinate Grid Self Check - Coordinated Grid Understanding Positive Slope Self Check - Positive Slope Understanding Negative Slope Self Check - Negative Slope Understanding Vertical Lines Self Check - Vertical line Understanding Horizontal Lines Self Check - Horizontal Line Understanding Parallel Lines Self Check - Parallel lines Understanding Perpendicular Lines Self Check - Perpendicular lines Understanding the “m” in y = mx + b Self Check - Understanding the "m" in y = mx + b Understanding the “b” in y = mx + b Self Check - Understanding the "b" in y = mx + b
As a math enthusiast and consultant, Kenneth Everett is a champion for student involvement and personal success for over thirty years. After receiving an Associate's degree from Richland College (1976), Everett finished his Bachelor of Science degree in Math and Psychology at East Texas State University in 1978. Shortly after, Kenneth Everett began teaching at Dallas ISD, and continued serving the Dallas community for over thirty years. He possesses Lifetime Texas Teacher Certification and currently holds Provisional Certification in Math and Psychology.
Today, Kenneth spends time introducing his Kenneth Everett Math Revolution (No Pencil No Paper No Calculator) algebra program to students, parents, teachers, principals, school districts and mayors of cities.