Masters of Math Program
The Masters of Math Program is not regular tutoring: it is an enrichment program designed to work with students at their level and at their own pace. Students attend sessions 1-2 times per week for instruction. The frequency of Masters of Math Program sessions will be determined by the student’s mathematical ability and capability to complete work independently and without support.
All K-5 students will be placed into OC9 unless they can demonstrate a strong understanding of foundational concepts (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). Students in grades 6-12 will take the TOMA in order to assess their abilities and place them into an appropriate curriculum. Students who are placed into levels higher than the OC9 curriculum will have workbooks for them to complete both during Masters of Math Program sessions and at home. These students will also have a test booklet that their tutor will hold onto in order to administer unit tests before moving on to the next lesson.
Students transitioning from OC9 to Math U See must meet the following requirements:
Students must complete the entire OC9 curriculum, including the fraction ladder, and demonstrate a strong understanding of the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and place value
Students must understand the relationship between fractions and decimals (i.e. 1/10 = 0.1)
Students should be able to continue long division past remainders and into decimals or fractions
Students should know how to use long division to find fraction values