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Learn everything from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus in these NYC math classes, where participants can sharpen their problem-solving skills and gain a solid foundation in mathematical concepts.

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Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Philosophy, Phenomenology, and the Body

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

Explore the profound philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and his groundbreaking ideas on perception, embodiment, and the nature of existence. Delve into the world of phenomenology and discover how this influential 20th-century movement continues to shape contemporary thought.

Tuesday, Apr 9th, 6:30–9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

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Girls Make STEAM!

NYC Makery @ 39 W 19th St, New York, NY

STEAM = science, technology, engineering, art & math A special 3 Day Series for some girl power time. Our theme will be crafting and coding artful gadgets. Everyday we will be offering a different creative project workshop. Wednesday: DIY Technology: From bat signal headbands to flashlight barrettes or massaging scarves, we’ll pose questions around the future of fashion accessories and prosthetics while challenging you to explore making...

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Algorithms, Computation, Machines

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ 178 Stanton St, New York, NY

Alan Turing: Algorithms, Computation, Machines What is computation? What is an algorithm? In 1936, a 24-year old graduate student named Alan Turing published a paper titled “On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem,” in which he defined certain “logical computing machines” that came to be known as Turing machines. These were not machines in the physical sense, but rather a mathematical definition of algorithmic...

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Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorems

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ 65 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY

In 1931, a 25-year-old Kurt Gödel published a paper in mathematical logic titled “On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems.” This paper contained the proofs of two remarkable “incompleteness theorems,” which state:   For any consistent axiomatic formal system that can express facts about basic arithmetic,   1. there are true statements that are unprovable within the system  2. the...

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Algebra: Rules and Symbols

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online, New York, NY

What is algebra? This question is not as simple as it seems. In this course, we will explore the meaning and extraordinary mathematical power of algebra through a study of its historical development. We’ll begin with so-called classical algebra—or the invented use of letter symbols (variables) to represent numbers and the rules for their manipulation.  Using variables led to the key concepts such as polynomials and a focus on solving equations–a...

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Common Core Algebra I Regents

York College CPE @ 94-43 160th St, Jamaica, NY

The content standards associated with Common Core Algebra 1 are based on the New York State Common Core (CC) Learning Standards for Mathematics and the PARCC Model Content Framework for Algebra. The content standards define what students should understand and be able to do at the high school level. CC Algebra 1 is organized within four conceptual categories:  Number & Quantity,  Algebra,  Functions, and  Statistics &...

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Basic Math Refresher

New York City College of Technology @ Virtual Learning, New York, NY

This course has two components. First, it is a basic refresher of pre-algebra and simple algebra for individuals in any field. Second, it caters the math for the preferred career path that you plan to pursue, from health and hospital-related activities to budgeting finances and accounting.

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Summer STEAM Program

NYC Makery @ 131 8th St, Brooklyn, NY

STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math Experience our STEAM* tasting menu for hungry brains through Coding, Design-Thinking, 3D Printing, Inventing DIY Bots, and Fabricating Creative Machines during our week long summer program. We’re creating a special set of daily fun maker adventures.  Monday: Creative Coding Explore the possibilities in creative programming. We kickoff with a physical activity to explore and embody...

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NYS ELA/Math Test Prep: 3rd - 4th Grade

Bee Tutored @ 150 W 100th St, New York, NY

Preparing for the State Exams can be stressful. Our class is designed to alleviate that stress. We start by breaking down the test for students so that they are familiar with the formatting and the types of questions asked on the exam. We then review how to answer open response questions, for ELA and Math, so that they receive full marks. Students are also taught test taking strategies and heavily test standards so that they can approach the exam...

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NYS ELA/Math Test Prep: 6th and 7th Grade

Bee Tutored @ 150 W 100th St, New York, NY

Preparing for the State Exams can be stressful. Our class is designed to alleviate that stress. We start by breaking down the test for students so that they are familiar with the formatting and the types of questions asked on the exam. We then review how to answer open response questions, for ELA and Math, so that they receive full marks.  Students are also taught test taking strategies and heavily test standards so that they can approach...

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Project Read® Phonics

TCNJ @ 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ

The Project Read® curriculum, is a complete research-based language arts program which includes instructional materials for phonics, reading comprehension, and writing.  This time-tested curriculum was developed in 1973 by Dr. Mary Lee Enfield and Victoria Greene. The curriculum honors diverse learning profiles and provides lessons built on direct concept teaching, targeted multisensory strategies, and higher-level thinking skills. Project...

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Family Circuits: A workshop for Parents & Kids

NYC Makery @ 1 Jay St, New York, NY

Together we can build a fairy godmotor!  Parents & guardians, register with your kids for a playful, hands-on creature building workshop exploring motors and kinetic movement.  Experiment with how to architect a creature that flutters or chimes bells.  Family teams make discoveries while creating together!  No prior experience necessary, designed for youth ages 7-9 and their parents. Take home what you make.   Note: Students...

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Math Teacher Professional Development

TCNJ @ 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ

Student – Centered Learning in Mathematics What does student-centered learning in mathematics look like? This workshop will seek to answer this question with examples at the middle school and high school levels. Problem-based lessons at these grade levels will be discussed and resources will be provided. Grade levels: middle school and high school mathematics Learning outcomes: Participants will be able to use student-centered methods in their...

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Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities

TCNJ @ 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ

Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities Through Data-Based Instruction Selecting appropriate assessments and creating graphic representations of student progress over time can enhance student success, can improve collaboration and communication among teachers and other school personnel and between teachers and families, and can guide decisions regarding the effectiveness of instruction.  The session will guide teachers and/or school...

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Games to Reinforce Reading Skills

TCNJ @ 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ

Students need multiple exposures in order to master a new skill. Those with learning disabilities need exponentially more practice.  Practice doesn’t have to be boring. Playing games can help students learn as well as build confidence and have fun along the way!  Participants in this workshop will be introduced to a variety of games to help reinforce reading skills for their students. Games will include activities with sounds, syllable...

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Atlas Obscura’s We Have No Idea: Pi Day Special Edition

Caveat @ 21-A Clinton St, New York, NY

Celebrate all the unknowns of the universe with Jorge Cham, Daniel Whiteson, and a profusion of pies to try! On the most mathematically magical day of the year—Pi Day 3.14—we'll gather in a science-themed clubhouse to explore the universe's greatest unknowns. This exploratory evening features a fun, interactive presentation about everything that we DON’T know about the Universe. From the origin of our cosmos, to the dark...

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Chekhov's Gum Presents: Crap Ballet

Caveat @ 21-A Clinton St, New York, NY

Justin Silver may not look like a dancer, but he’ll pirouette into your heart and peer into your pocketbook in this Fringe preview! When a sleazy venture capitalist gets his hands on a failing ballet theater in New Mexico, his plans to bring it back from bankruptcy stop short when he comes to a terrible realization: he knows absolutely nothing about dance. With no cast, a staff of idiots, and a body past its prime, he sets out to become the world’s...

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Saturday Math: Algebraic Thinking (continued)

Continuing Professional Studies at Bank @ 610 W 112th St, New York, NY

Welcome to Saturday Math, a place where teachers, administrators, curriculum enthusiasts, and other colleagues do, learn, and talk about math together. Five times each year, we meet to explore our own mathematical thinking and discuss issues related to teaching and learning mathematics. Each facilitated session consists of interactive activities and discussions, and you will go home with resources and ideas to try out in your own practice on Monday....

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Saturday Math-Finding the Joy in Teaching Math

Continuing Professional Studies at Bank @ 610 W 112th St, New York, NY

Join educators, administrators, and curriculum enthusiasts at Continuing Professional Studies at Bank for an interactive and collaborative exploration of mathematical thinking and teaching strategies. Discover new resources and ideas to enhance your practice in this engaging professional development opportunity.

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