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NameSyllabusTeacherTeacher InformationRoom #Class TimeTotal Tuition
3D Design Basic
This beginner’s online course will help students to develop core transferable skills that can apply to any area of 3D design (from furniture to lifestyle products, tableware, home office, lighting, and more), giving you an insight into how they all work, and an idea of different areas that use 3D design. During the following months, we will be teaching STEM and engineering. In this class, we focus on project-based learning while learning how to engage with the mechanics of 3D CAD Softwares in bringing your design into reality. During this class, we will create a variety of different objects, from dream houses to personal logo using STEM. The class features different ways to create through this project-based learning, where you use STEM to tackle a variety of problems.
Total of 9 sessions, 1.5 hours per session. Chen, ZiweiDr. Yun Chen is Sr. Software Architect at Autodesk, where he has spent his past 20 years working on major CAD software to help manufacturing designers to be more productive on products like Autodesk Invertor and Vault. Yun has a Ph.D. degree from Purdue University with focus on Structures and Materials.Tuesday 3:00PM - 4:30PM$200.00
AG Bootcamp - 3rd / 4th Grade (new Player)
This class is for students who don't have any experience of Academic Games. This will be in-person class.
Class times: 7/12, 7/13, 7/19,7/20, 7/26, 7/27, 8/2, 8/5, 8/9, 8/12. 6:30pm ~ 8:30pm. (Mon/Tus in July, and Mon/Thu in August) This is an in-person class and the location is: B4 Unit, Beck Business Center, 28243 Beck Rd, Wixom, MI (near 12 mile and Beck Road, same plaza as Pump it Up Wixom). Class type: In person, masks are required to attend the class. Zhang, Jeffrey The class will be in person instruction, with at least 10 students and max. 15 students. Monday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$150.00
AI 000 Scratch JR
Scratch Jr is an introductory programming language that encourages creativity and expression, enabling five- to seven-year-old children to create their own interactive projects through coding. It provide young children with opportunities to design, create, and express themselves. Using Scratch Jr, children can use the programming blocks to bring their characters to life.
10 classes, 1.5 hours per class. there will be a placement test at class 5. students can move to advanced sessions. TBD, TBDMonday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$300.00
AI 001 SCRATCH 3.0
COURSE OVERVIEW Extending from Google’s CS First themed curriculum, we introduce grades 2-5 students (7 years-old and up) to coding principles, all in project-based activities. Kids will systematically learn to program in Scratch, meanwhile explore storytelling techniques, build fun games and craft interesting presentations. The projects will showcase their creativity with the aid of coding and digital designs.
10 classes, 1.5 hours per class. there will be a placement test at class 5. students can move to advanced sessions. TBD, TBDTuesday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$300.00
AI 002 SCRATCH+AI
Have you ever wondered how Alexa could always find an answer to your whimsical questions? We have and we figured that out, in Scratch. Using the proprietary AI platform built by Thinkland.ai, we introduce grades 4-8 students to the concept of machine learning and its applications in real life. Learning with 10 projects from different AI focuses all implemented in Scratch, the kids will explore the meanings of artificial intelligence in our daily life and the engineering principles behind these AI-based applications.
10 classes, 1.5 hours per class. there will be a placement test at class 5. students can move to advanced sessions. TBD, TBDWednesday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$300.00
AI 003 PYTHON
An introductory course for those interested in learning Python, programming, and how to use programming in various mathematical and scientific tasks. Students will install Python 3.8, learn the basics of Python programming, and apply the basics to various tasks. And then gradually expand to computational thinking skills behind software application design.
10 classes, 1.5 hours per class. there will be a placement test at class 5. students can move to advanced sessions. TBD, TBDThursday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$300.00
AI 005 JAVA
An in-depth course detailing everything related to java, from basic concepts of how a computer functions to advanced concepts that appear on the AP exams. This course blends rigor with fun as students participate in hands-on projects and labs to better understand the language of java and take the step into more advanced coding.
10 classes, 1.5 hours per class. there will be a placement test at class 5. students can move to advanced sessions. TBD, TBDFriday 4:30PM - 6:00PM$300.00
Algebra - 1
Algebra-I is the foundation of middle/high school mathematics. This course can help students establish good mathematical thinking habits, strengthen the understanding of basic concepts, improve problem solving skills, and build a solid foundation for high school math classes. This course is for incoming 6-8 graders who have completed pre-algebra classes.
This course needs a total of 22 lessons to cover the entire content, after summer, the class will continue until December. Li, Dr.PhD in engineering, working in the area of engineering design, computation and analysis for automotive industry. He is passionate about mathematics and has been exploring school math for many years. He has unique insights into the system, characteristics and methods of school mathematics. He is enthusiastic about mathematics teaching, hoping to improve students’ learning ability and mathematics level, and helping students to lay a solid foundation for future study. The course will follow the structure in the math textbook published by McGraw-Hill. Sunday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$500.00
Algebra - 2
Algebra II is the expansion and enhancement of Algebra I, and also preparation for the Precalculus class. This course can improve mathematical thinking capability, understanding of high school algebra, and build a solid foundation for higher level mathematics courses. This course is for incoming 7-9 graders who have completed algebra-1 class.
This course needs a total of 22 lessons to cover the entire content, after summer, the class will continue until December. Li, Dr.PhD in engineering, working in the area of engineering design, computation and analysis for automotive industry. He is passionate about mathematics and has been exploring school math for many years. He has unique insights into the system, characteristics and methods of school mathematics. He is enthusiastic about mathematics teaching, hoping to improve students’ learning ability and mathematics level, and helping students to lay a solid foundation for future study. The course will follow the structure in the math textbook published by McGraw-Hill. Saturday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$500.00
AMC 10/12
AMC 10/12 (American Mathematics Contest), is a mathematical competition organized by the Mathematics Association of American, mainly for high school students (but middle school students can also participate). This is the first-level competition in selecting the US Math Olympiad team. Hundreds of thousands of students participate every year. Students who are grade 10 and below can participate in the AMC-10 exam, while the AMC-12 exam is open to all grades. Each year, the top 5,000 students at AMC-10/12 will advance to the next round test: AIME.
This course is targeted to the students who are incoming 7 ~ 10th graders who want to participate in the AMC10/12 competition. The class will use AOPS (Art of Problem Solving) books as the textbook, and also use past AMC 10/12 questions. The course covers algebra, geometry, number theory, combination and probability. The class size is around 10-15 students.If number of participants is more than 15, students will be separated to different sessions. Each week there will be 2 hours of online live session. Teachers will use the textbook to introduce various mathematical concepts (using Zoom). Recorded video will be provided after class. Homeworks will be assigned every week, typical time to complete the homework is about 2 hours. Students submit their answers before next class. The teacher will explain selected homework questions in the following class. There will be one hour of online open office (Zoom meeting) every week, and the teacher can have one-on-one Q & A sessions with the students in this hour. Hu, JasonJason Hu is a sophomore in University of Michigan with many years of experience in math competitions. In these contests, he has achieved multiple rewards, such as representing the Michigan team in national Mathcounts, qualifying for the USA Math Olympiad 3 times, and placing 2nd statewide in the Michigan Math Prize Competition. Jason was also a student teacher at the Ann Arbor Math Olympiad Club throughout the entirety of high school. During these years, he assisted and directly taught 6 classes, totaling over 300 hours of instruction. Friday 6:30PM - 8:30PM$230.00

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