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Art of Problem Solving

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Does your child love math, but wants more of a challenge than the standard curriculum offers? The Art of Problem Solving provides the resources necessary for students to have a deep and broad understanding of mathematics.

Our textbooks cover both curricular materials necessary to pass state exams and problem solving concepts not generally covered in the standard curriculum. The Introduction Series of textbooks includes Introduction to Algebra, which covers Algebra I and most of Algebra II and Introduction to Geometry. In addition are two books that teach subjects generally neglected or omitted from the school curriculum; Introduction to Counting & Probability and Introduction to Number Theory.

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fresh    GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS
Review by Linda Foster

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Reforms in mathematics education during the past decade, while plentiful, have not always been beneficial. Students are often deprived of the skills necessary to be successful at the university level and find themselves in need of remedial classes once admitted into a university. Global Institute of Mathematics was designed to address this problem by offering courses taught in the traditional method preferred by universities. Using the latest innovations in distance learning techniques, Global Institute of Mathematics provides American and international students with the necessary tools for math success in the American University system.

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IXL

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Since math is one of the most important subjects in a student’s curriculum, and math is so much a skill based upon repetition and review, a program that allows virtually unlimited practice and self-correction is one of the most valuable learning tools a homeschooling family can have.

IXL.com is a comprehensive web-based math-supplemental program that offers both parent and child the opportunity to practice math material taught in a textbook or other format. IXL does not teach the concepts; rather, it provides an infinite number of computer-generated problems that cover the entire gamut of math skills taught from Pre-K to 5th grade, with grades 6-12 planned for the near future. “Web-based” means it can be accessed from any computer that has an Internet connection. This means that when taking a trip or even just driving around running errands for hours, your laptop with a PCI card can allow your child to practice math right in the car!

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