ACP is a new program developed by Algoma University in partnership with the Algoma District School Board (ADSB), Huron Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB), and Mathematics Knowledge Network. (include links). Launched in June, 2020, amid the Pandemic, ACP has helped dozens of high school students improve their math skills.
The purpose of ACP is to give back to the community and offer a structured means for students to improve their academic skills before entering university-level education. Algoma University student tutors, in collaboration with staff from ADSB and HSCDSB and the Algoma University Support Team, will facilitate the remote preparation of high school students for their assignments and exams in math courses.
How can high school students access help?
Tutors will make use of existing Algoma University platforms to deliver services (CMS and Google suite; such as Gmail, Google Meet, Google Chat, and Google Doc) as well as mathematics open-access software, such as GeoGebra and Desmos.
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