Introducing New Self-Paced Courses

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Self-Paced Courses

Natural Math course organizers know that so many parents and teachers have hectic schedules, and can’t always attend our live workshops and camps. Natural Math participants live on all continents but Antarctica, in time zones all over the world. Many people prefer recordings and the abilities to pause and review a course. We’ve had many requests for self-paced, recorded versions of our live courses, so…

We are excited to introduce new self-paced courses for you!

We’ve been offering Multiplication Explorers for years, which grew out of a live Natural Math course, the first open online math course for parents and teachers in the world. The new courses are also built from our live workshops. How do the self-paced versions work? There are recordings of previous live sessions, plus access to all the materials and handouts. Once you purchase a self-paced course, you will receive a PDF booklet with all the links and information you need. The self-paced courses have a suggested price, but you can name your own price if you wish to support Natural Math with more money, or are in need to pay less. We want excellent math materials to be accessible to everyone!

Our first new course is Transformers: Graphing and Matrices Camp, a joyful way to learn linear algebra and Cartesian geometry with children ages 9-15. It includes five days of recordings (each about an hour), the workbook, and the slides from the live camp. Want a taste of transformations your children will explore? Try out this linear transformations applet from Mercyhurst University.

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Ready to try out Transformers? Download it now!

Check out other self-paced courses at Natural Math, and stay tuned for more.

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