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Math 1A

Formats of Service for Math 1A (Fall 2017)

Faculty

Lec. Time

Adjunct

Study Group

Review

Drop-In

Simon

MWF 11-12

Yes

No

No

Yes

Shin TuTh 3:30-5 Yes No No Yes

  

For more detailed information about our support services for your course, please click on the headers below:

Adjunct Course: Math 98 for Math 1A

SLC Math 1A Adjunct Intake/Sign-Up Form

Math 98/1A is a 1-unit supplemental course taken in conjunction with Math 1A that integrates academic content from the Math 1A lecture with study strategies, exam preparation and critical reading techniques.  Our course goal is to improve students' problem-solving ability, test-taking strategies and study-strategies in order to enhance engagement and performance in the Math 1A course. Skills gained in the Math 98 course are intentionally transferable and can be successfully applied to subsequent quantitative courses as well.

Adjuncts begin meeting the first week of classes and the first meeting is announced in lecture. If you are interested in enrolling in the Adjunct you must enroll or be on the waiting list of the lecture that the Adjunct course is supporting. In order to enroll, you must attend the first meeting or contact the Adjunct instructor by the day of the first meeting.  The instructor distributes the course number to all students who have shown commitment to the course by the end of the Adjustment Period.  This allows you to check out the Adjunct before you fully commit.  Please note that enrollment is limited to 25 students, so students must attend the first meeting or contact the Adjunct instructor (Joshua Majano: joshmajano@berkeley.edu ) by the day of the first meeting.

Faculty

Lec. Time

Adj. Instructor

Adj. Time

Location

Simon

MWF 11-12

Majano

Majano

MWF 9-10

MWF 10-11

155 Kroeber

3106 Etcheverry

Shin TuTh 3:30-5 Majano

TuTh 11-12:30

TuTh 12:30-2

230C Stephens

3106 Etcheverry

Drop-In

Drop-In Tutoring is a collaborative space designed to encourage students to work with tutors or each other on problem sets, concepts, theory, or anything else related to the material in their courses. The tutors may provide a conceptual framework on a given concept or create parallel problems to assess and develop content mastery. Typically there are 10 to 15 tutors available every hour to work with students in small groups or individually. 

Drop-In Tutoring is free for all students and starts the 3rd week of instruction and continues until the end of instruction. Students should sign in at the Math/Stat Drop-In computer in the Cesar Chavez Atrium by room 103. Drop-In Tutoring is open Mon-Thu 10-4.