Welcome to Master Geometry!
This is a brand new course designed to help you master the difficult topics of Geometry and get you prepared for your next math course, which may be trigonometry, advanced algebra, or precalculus. I have been tutoring for many years and my students have had great experiences with my teaching methods!
Here's what students of previous classes have had to say:
Freaking awesome instructor! this has taught me a lot. - Zacchary, Udemy Student
This was an excellent course. Each topic is well explained. The intimidation of the subject is non existent with the instruction. - James, Udemy Student
Lessons were clear and engaging - Bridgette, Udemy Student
great tricks for remembering hard concepts - Babu, Udemy Student
This Master Geometry Course includes over 50 lectures that will introduce students to many topics including triangles and their angles, geometric proofs, and mathematical logic. The students' progress will be measured along the way through practice videos and quizzes that contain examples following almost every new topic. This course can be broken into a few key categories:
- Everything shapes: Students will leave this course being able to find angles and side lengths in triangles, polygons, and circles.
- Coordinate Geometry: After this course students students will understand the key aspects of coordinate geometry. This includes things like equations of parallel and perpendicular lines in addition to the distance and midpoint formulas.
- Geometric Proofs and Mathematical Logic: Students will learn the foundations of mathematical proofs and logical statements. We start at square one and by the end of the course students will be able to complete multiple step two column proofs. Proofs are often what students find most difficult about Geometry so I made sure to include multiple examples to really ensure students are understanding the topic.
- Later Math Class Preparation: Throughout the course students will be preparing for trigonometry and other future math classes such as algebra 2 or precalculus. Working with proofs, mathematical logic, and similarity will all help make these classes seem a lot easier once they begin.