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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 1 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 2 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 3 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 4 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 5 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 6 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 7 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 8 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 9 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 10 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 11 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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DTSTART:20200227T213000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 12 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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DTSTART:20200303T200000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 13 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 14 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_15
DTSTART:20200310T190000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 15 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_16
DTSTART:20200312T203000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 16 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_17
DTSTART:20200317T190000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 17 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_18
DTSTART:20200319T203000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 18 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 19 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 20 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_21
DTSTART:20200331T190000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 21 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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DTSTART:20200402T203000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 22 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_23
DTSTART:20200407T190000Z
DTEND:20200407T200000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 23 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_24
DTSTART:20200414T190000Z
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SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 24 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_25
DTSTART:20200416T203000Z
DTEND:20200416T213000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 25 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_26
DTSTART:20200421T190000Z
DTEND:20200421T200000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 26 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_27
DTSTART:20200423T203000Z
DTEND:20200423T213000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 27 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_28
DTSTART:20200428T190000Z
DTEND:20200428T200000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 28 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_29
DTSTART:20200430T203000Z
DTEND:20200430T213000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 29 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_30
DTSTART:20200505T190000Z
DTEND:20200505T200000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 30 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_31
DTSTART:20200507T203000Z
DTEND:20200507T213000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 31 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_32
DTSTART:20200615T203000Z
DTEND:20200615T213000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 32 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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UID:WILD_APRICOT_EVENT_3608569_SESSION_33
DTSTART:20201215T213000Z
DTEND:20201215T223000Z
SUMMARY:Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry (session 33 of 33)
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DESCRIPTION:http://beyondiq.camp9.org/event-3608569\n\nProving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry\n Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and Thursdays at 4:30 pm Eastern for 16 weeks\n Instructor: Lisa Fontaine-Rainen\n What happens when you make that point? What if you draw this line in the sand? Geometry may sound a lot like arguing\, but the deductive logic behind it makes those arguments\, well\, pointless.\n Proving the Point: A Perigon of Geometry is an advanced\, fast-paced high-school level geometry course that encourages deep understanding of geometric concepts\, with an emphasis on Euclidean geometry\, and deductive reasoning to construct proofs. We will be working on completing a full Geometry curriculum in 16 weeks.\n The course is designed to meet the needs of gifted and twice exceptional students ready to tackle high school geometry. In response to the needs of these students\, the course is designed to be flexible and responsive – thinking\, learning\, and engagement take precedence over all else. With this in mind\, the syllabus may change based on the needs of the students.\n This course will weave Geometry: Seeing\, Doing\, Understanding by Harold Jacobs with Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Geometry. Students are encouraged to have access to both texts – please contact the instructor directly if this is a financial hardship.\n Students will need to do homework outside of class to ensure we can keep up the pace. This will include in-depth problems\, simple exercises\, proofs\, quizzes and tests\, and projects. Work will be modified based on the learning needs of each student\, and opportunities for further exploration will usually be provided. Grades are optional – learning is constant.\n Syllabus:\n Week 1: Introduction to Geometry\n Week 2: Introduction to Deductive Reasoning\n Week 3: Lines and Angles – an introduction to construction\n Week 4: Congruence – Triangles and Constructions\n Week 5: Inequalities in Geometry\n Week 6: Parallel Lines and Proofs\n Week 7: Quadrilaterals\n Week 8: Transformations\n Week 9: Area\n Week 10: Similarity\n Week 11: The Right Triangle – an introduction to Trigonometry\n Week 12: Circles\n Week 13: Concurrence Theorems\n Week 14: Regular Polygons\n Week 15: Geometric Solids\n Week 16: Non-Euclidean Geometries\n
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