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# Algebra 1 and 2 for Dyscalculia Online Course

Our algebra 1 and 2 courses tend to work for learners with dyscalculia. Our online algebra courses focus on simple patterns, to avoid complex numbers which frustrate those with math learning disabilities. The online courses feature big-font printouts to use while following along with video lessons, to guide learners each and every step of the way through understanding the algebra 1 and 2 topics.

## Algebra 1 for Dyscalculia Online Course

### What's Included:

#### Complete Course Materials

#### 86 Algebra 1 Videos (12+ hours)

#### Grading and Certificate

## Why We Made These Online Algebra Courses for Dyscalculia.

## Algebra 2 for Dyscalculia Online Course

### What's Included:

#### Complete Course Materials

#### 145 Algebra 2 Videos (15+ hours)

#### Grading and Certificate

## Algebra 1 and 2 for Dyscalculia Teacher

By the time you finish calming your anxiety and worry over math, you could have already learned it in this fun, new, pattern-based approach to math. It’s the easiest way to get up to speed with practical math skills and develop solid algebra fundamentals. And it’s actually enjoyable, because I made this course to make learning math approachable and even fun!

## Algebra 1 for Dyscalculia Online Topics

###### Problem Set 1: Numbers, Order of Operations

###### Problem Set 6: Factoring Perfect Squares

###### Problem Set 2: Numbers, Distributing, Exponents

###### Problem Set 7: Factoring Expressions

###### Problem Set 3: Powers of Ten, Absolute Value & Square Roots

###### Problem Set 8: Factoring Equations

###### Problem Set 4: Fractions the Easy Way

###### Problem Set 9: The Quadratic Equation

###### Problem Set 5: Finally Some Algebra

## Algebra 2 for Dyscalculia Online Topics

###### Problem Set 1: Plotting Lines by Hand

###### Problem Set 6: Plotting Conic Sections

###### Problem Set 2: Plotting Lines and Simple Parabolas with a Computer

###### Problem Set 7: Logs and Exponential Functions

###### Problem Set 3: Plotting Polynomial Functions

###### Problem Set 8: Vectors and Complex Numbers

###### Problem Set 4: Plotting Parabolas by Hand Using the Vertex

###### Problem Set 9: Matrices and Systems of Equations

###### Problem Set 5: Modeling with the Parabola

Hi! This is Dr. Scott, creator of the online algebra courses for learners with dyscalculia, dyslexia, and other math learning disabilities.

I created this course using a unique approach to present crystal-clear patterns of how math works. The idea is that you don’t need to know much about math in order to understand the video lessons in these algebra courses. I keep all the numbers really simple, focusing on the digits zero through ten, so that we don’t get bogged down and confused by big numbers. The goal of making this course was to cover all the algebra 1 and 2 basics in the least confusing manner possible.

Over the years, some thousands of students have completed the courses, and a significant percentage of those learners claimed to have some math disability. While it wasn’t my original intention, I’ve heard from many happy families that this new approach to learning algebra worked great with their math learning disability.

While I’m not an expert in the field of math disabilities, I do know a bit about overcoming disabilities in general. I spent quite a bit of time working through ear and speech issues as a child. Those many hours of practice helped develop my voice, which I have been told helps to calmly guide learners through understanding the algebra in these videos.

A similar strategy may be used to overcome a math disability, by finding an algebra curriculum that works and sticking with it. It will take some practice. I can’t promise results for all cases, however, it has been the case that these online algebra 1 and 2 courses have worked for many families struggling with math learning disabilities.

The topics for the online algebra 1 course are:

The topics for the online algebra 2 course are: