SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 2013
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Mary Ann Cofrin Hall; Room 206
Registration Fee: $35.00
Instructor: Bonnie Denis
Why Come to Math Boot Camp?
Has working with math always made you a little nervous? Maybe it’s been quite some time since you’ve worked with math or you hardly ever use it? Perhaps you’ve held off on finishing your degree just because you knew that you would need to take more math? If any of this sounds familiar, then UW-Green Bay’s “Math Boot Camp” might be for you!
This non-credit seminar is a short but thorough review of basic skills and will prepare you for placement testing and for coursework. The booklet that you’ll receive at Boot Camp will focus on the four operations of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and decimals, and will explore the derived relationships and connections to the concept of percentages. It is a painless and informative refresher class that you will find useful and beneficial.
There are no quizzes, no tests, no pressure – just a morning of processing and confirming information that you will need in order to make you more comfortable in conquering math.
Seating is limited, so register early!
Meet Your Instructor – Bonnie Denis!
Bonnie Denis has been teaching Mathematics as an adjunct instructor at UW-Green Bay for 35 years through the Adult Degree Program. Bonnie’s professional background includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from UW-Green Bay and a Master’s Degree in Education from Lakeland College. Bonnie has taught math at the high school and college level, including at Green Bay East, Lakeland College and Bellin College. All of the courses taught by Bonnie are at some level of Algebra and she teaches both in the classroom as well as online. Finally, if you will need to take Math 94, Elementary Algebra, at UW-Green Bay, Bonnie just might be your instructor, so come meet her. Bonnie is very passionate about teaching and loves to see her students succeed!