Introduction
1. Introduction
Mathematics 303 Learn EveryWare Introduction
Table of Contents
Lesson Organization and Components
Mathematics Program
In Mathematics 303 Learn EveryWare you will develop skills and knowledge that will help you to apply mathematical concepts and solve mathematical problems with confidence. As you progress through this course, you will be encouraged to engage in conversations with others. Through these discussions with your fellow learners, you will learn to communicate and reason mathematically as well as express your understanding.
The Alberta Program of Studies sets out what students are expected to learn in mathematics courses. These expectations are organized into topics. Under each topic are one or more general outcomes.
The six Mathematics 303 topics and their general outcomes are shown in the following table. For a complete list of the specific learning outcomes related to Mathematics 303, read through the Mathematics 303 Program of Studies.
Topics 
General Outcomes 
Measurement 
Develop spatial sense through direct and indirect measurement. 
Geometry 
Develop spatial sense. 
Number 
Develop number sense and critical thinking skills. 
Algebra 
Develop algebraic reasoning. 
Statistics 
Develop statistical reasoning. 
Probability 
Develop critical thinking skills related to uncertainty. 
Organization of Course
Mathematics 303 consists of six modules:
 Module 1: Probability
 Module 2: Number
 Module 3: Algebra
 Module 4: Statistics
 Module 5: Geometry
 Module 6: Measurement
Each module is made up of the following components:
Getting Started
Prerequisite Course  Mathematics 203 
Textbook

The textbook you will be using for this course is MathWorks 12, Pacific Educational Press. 
LearnAlberta

LearnAlberta.ca is a protected digital learning resource environment that will be used in this course. To access some of the resources on LearnAlberta.ca, a password may be required. If you find a password is required, contact your teacher or school to get one. No fee is required to use LearnAlberta. 
Course Folder

Create a course folder to store responses, assignments, notes, glossary terms, and formula sheet. This can be either a physical folder where you place hard copies of your work or an online or digital folder for electronic copies. Consult with your teacher to determine the desired type and location of this portfolio. 
Toolkit  The Toolkit is a collection of resources that you will access repeatedly throughout the course. For example, you can access gridpaper templates and blackline masters that you may find helpful as you progress through the course. 
Lesson Organization and Components
Each lesson is organized by main headings:
Focus
Lesson Component  Description 
Lesson Outcomes 
You will be able to address the specific outcomes of the lesson. 
Lesson Questions  You will be able to address the questions that established the inquiry for the lesson. 
Assessment 

Materials and Equipment  This is a list of unique materials needed to complete the lesson. 
Launch
Lesson Component  Description 
Are You Ready? 

Refresher  This section contains resources to review previous knowledge and skills required to begin the lesson. 
Discover
Lesson Component  Description 
Discover 
Activities may include the following:

Explore
Lesson Component  Description 
In this section you will be introduced to theorems and formulas, and you will read through examples that will enable you to further investigate concepts or patterns identified in Discover. 

Try This 

Share 

SelfCheck 

Math Lab 

Glossary Terms


Formula Sheet


Connect
Lesson Component  Description 
Lesson Assignment

This is the summative assessment for the lesson. At the end of the lesson you will complete the assignment questions and submit your answers to your teacher for assessment. 
Project Connection 

Going Beyond 

Lesson Summary
Description  

The Lesson Summary wraps up the lesson and offers a quick review of the concepts that were provided to you in the lesson. If there are still concepts that you do not understand, you may need to review the lesson or contact your teacher. 