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College Transitions Math

Free

with Elizabeth Bremner, Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Calendar Jan 20, 2021

This math course will focus on algebra topics with the main goal of preparing students to raise their score on Accuplacer exam. 

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College Transitions Math Lab

Free

with Elizabeth Bremner, Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Calendar Jan 20, 2021

This course will focus on individual learner needs in order to support sucess in the College Transitions Math course. 

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CT College Culture

Free

with Michelle Guillaume, Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Calendar Jan 20, 2021

Break down the myth of "college"!  During this component of the CT program, students will explore goal setting, time management, financial aid, and career choices.  Guest speakers will frequently visit the class and students will get help with the FAFSA, as well as tour local colleges.  This is a hybrid course; classes are held with additional work on line.  

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College Transitions Math

Free

with Trudy Martin, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Feb 2, 2021 at 8:30 am, runs for 13 weeks

Complete an intensive brush up of basic skills with an introduction to Algebra. Review fractions, decimals, percents, and basic algebra for college math. Learn to use online sources for supplementing your math knowledge. Practice math online, including preparing for the computerized Accuplacer exam. Gain an understanding of problem solving techniques and processes. Learn key math study skills for college. Relieve your math anxiety!!

Basic College Mathematics

Free

with Lynn Alexander, Bangor Adult & Community Education

Calendar Feb 2, 2021 at 9 am, runs for 14 weeks

Are you looking to improve your basic math skills? This class provides individualized instruction targeted toward your learning needs. This class covers the basic arithmetic of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratio and proportion, and measurement. Please call 207.941.6315 for a registration appointment. This class is free if taken as part of a Maine College and Career Access program or for high school diploma credit.

Lynn Alexander

College Transitions College Readiness

Free

with Ander Thebaud, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Feb 2, 2021 at 10:15 am, runs for 13 weeks

Take the mystery out of applying to college! Starting college can be nerve wracking. We can help you prepare for the logistics of applying to and thriving in the college environment. College Readiness topics include: Accuplacer information, time management, study skills, navigating a college campus, campus resources, organizational skills, admission & financial aid information. Talk with college professors and students and learn about the college environment. Learn BrightSpace, U Maine's online college system, be part of active dicussions, and build writing skills while learning how to overcome the challenges and be successful in college.

Algebra I
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Algebra I

Free

with Lynn Alexander, Bangor Adult & Community Education

Calendar Feb 2, 2021 at 11 am, runs for 14 weeks

This class is designed for students who have a strong math background. This course prepares the student for a college or advanced training program that requires skill in algebra. Please call 207.941.6315 for a registration appointment. The class is free if taken as part of a Maine College and Career Access program or for high school diploma credit.

College Transitions English

Free

with Sasha Alsop, RSU 24 Adult Education

Calendar Feb 2, 2021 at 12 pm, runs for 13 weeks

College Transitions English focuses on the foundation skills for college level writing. Develop writing, thining, and organization skills necessary for short answer responses, essays, and research papers. An emphasis is placed on the writing process: outlining, drafts, rewriting, and editing to a final copy. Fine tune your grammar, punctuation, clarify, and organization. Build your critical reading skills to pick out main ideas, arguements and common themes in college level readings. This course and writing will be relevant no matter what degree you choose.





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