6/26/2022 | Students will study the Polybius and Caesar cyphers. [Show less] |

7/10/2022 | Students will warm up solving an anagram. Then they will study the pigpen and rail fence ciphers. [Show less] |

7/17/2022 | Students will take one last look at ciphers, solve fun problems of other types, and take a quiz on ciphers. [Show less] |

7/24/2022 | Students will continue their study of logic. [Show less] |

7/31/2022 | Students will continue studying math logic. [Show less] |

8/7/2022 | Students will finish the Intro to Math Logic mini-course and take a quiz. If time permits, they will start a new topic, Lineland. [Show less] |

8/14/2022 | Students will continue studying various shapes intersecting lines and planes. [Show less] |

8/21/2022 | Students may possibly start the next topic, Traveling on a Cube, if time permits. [Show less] |

9/25/2022 | We will cover Chapter 15 -- exploring how objects in a higher number of dimensions look when projected into a smaller number. [Show less] |

10/2/2022 | We will cover Flatland, in which 3-dimensional objects are projected into a 2d space over time. Handouts will be released shortly. [Show less] |

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10/23/2022 | We will cover the topic of shortest paths on a geometric figure. [Show less] |

10/30/2022 | [Show less] |

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12/4/2022 | [Show less] |

1/8/2023 | Multiplication is standardly introduced as repeated addition. In this lesson, students will learn that division can be introduced as repeated subtraction. [Show less] |

1/22/2023 | [Show less] |

1/29/2023 | Students will continue practicing the trick and discussing the reason it works. [Show less] |

2/5/2023 | We return to functions, using them, and operations involving fractions, to solve modeling problems and word problems. [Show less] |

2/19/2023 | We will talk about the definitions of arithmetic progressions and how to sum them up. [Show less] |

2/26/2023 | [Show less] |

3/5/2023 | Students will first discuss homework from lesson 29, starting with the red pepper problem 29.4. Then, if time permits, they will begin reviewing lesson 27. [Show less] |

3/12/2023 | Students will start learning basics of mod n arithmetic, that of a circle divided into n equal parts. [Show less] |

4/2/2023 | [Show less] |