6/25/2023 | Students will study the Polibius and Caesar ciphers. [Show less] |

7/9/2023 | Students will study anagrams, the pigpen and rail fence ciphers. [Show less] |

7/16/2023 | Students will study 3D solids and their 2D projections. [Show less] |

7/23/2023 | Students will be constructing all the 3D solids having given 2D projections. [Show less] |

7/30/2023 | Students will study lesson 9 from the course book. [Show less] |

8/6/2023 | Students will pay a virtual visit to the Island of Knights and Liars. Students will have to solve logic puzzles based on the habits of the islanders. [Show less] |

8/13/2023 | Students will learn the definition of a statement and how the AND operation acts on statements. [Show less] |

8/20/2023 | [Show less] |

8/27/2023 | Students will continue studying Boolean algebra. [Show less] |

10/1/2023 | Students will review clock arithmetic and learn the applications of mod 360 arithmetic to measuring angles and to timekeeping. [Show less] |

10/8/2023 | Students will learn about time's relationships with the globe, including time zones and more. [Show less] |

10/15/2023 | Students will continue learning about the relationships between geometry and time, using real-world examples from around the globe. [Show less] |

10/22/2023 | Students will learn more about modular arithmetic through examples surrounding time in a world where people count mod seven. [Show less] |

10/29/2023 | Students will review previous concepts in Quiz 1 and learn how to solve Cryptarithms in this week's lesson. [Show less] |

11/5/2023 | Students will learn about divisibility rules for numbers in base 10. [Show less] |

11/19/2023 | [Show less] |

12/3/2023 | [Show less] |

12/10/2023 | [Show less] |

1/7/2024 | Students will review the fundamentals of geometry through two introduction handouts. [Show less] |

1/14/2024 | Students will learn to utilize a ruler and compass to construct triangles and evaluate congruence proofs. [Show less] |

1/21/2024 | Students will review the previous lessons and take a quiz on geometric constructions. [Show less] |

1/28/2024 | Students will continue building upon their knowledge of geometry by learning how to construct and utilize right angles and triangles. [Show less] |

2/4/2024 | Students will continue learning about right triangles and The Pythagorean Theorem. [Show less] |

2/18/2024 | Students will explore the properties of parallel lines and apply them to proofs. [Show less] |

2/25/2024 | Students will learn about the unique properties of vectors and why they are useful in geometric proofs. [Show less] |

3/3/2024 | Students will learn about linear combinations of vectors and how to utilize them. [Show less] |

3/10/2024 | [Show less] |

3/31/2024 | More practice with vector addition, subtraction and scaling. [Show less] |

4/7/2024 | [Show less] |

4/14/2024 | Continuing the study of Newton's Laws in packet 4 (focusing on his 2nd and 3rd laws, along with practicing acceleration). [Show less] |

4/21/2024 | [Show less] |

4/28/2024 | Students reviewed their exam on Physics concepts and started a lesson on Barycentric Coordinates. [Show less] |

5/5/2024 | Students played 5D chess against instructors and amongst each other. [Show less] |

5/12/2024 | Finishing the packet, along with additional problems to ensure comprehension. [Show less] |

5/19/2024 | For the last instructional class of the quarter we'll do a review of the material we've covered so far along with fun topics that the instructors are interested in. [Show less] |

6/2/2024 | [Show less] |