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Do you love math and want to pursue a career in mathematics or science? Learn everything you need to know about the math curriculum in Canada and find the best private mathematics tutors in Vancouver, Canada.

Which course is the best for math?

If you are looking to add to your knowledge in math by enrolling in extra academic math lessons, these courses come highly recommended and will grant you a certificate that you can add to your CV:

-Linear Algebra and the Study of Spaces by Udemy

-Basic Statistics by the University of Amsterdam

-Number Theory and the Secrets of Numbers by Udemy

-Master the Fundamentals of Math by Udemy

-Probability — The Science of Uncertainty and Data by edX

-Algorithmic Design and Techniques by UC San Diego

-Become an Algebra Master by Udemy

-Probabilistic Graphical Models Specialization by Stanford University

-Introduction to Mathematical Thinking by Stanford Univesity

What are all the math courses in order?  What is the hardest math course?

The math curriculum was modified in September 2020 with the introduction of new courses, knowledge and skills. The math courses are now in order as follows:

Grade 1

-Number: work with numbers up to 50 and begin to develop an understanding of the ways we use numbers. They are also introduced to the idea of fractions.

-Algebra: begin to look at how patterns can be used to make predictions.

-Data: begin to develop their understanding about data by setting out to answer a question of interest.

-Spatial sense: develop their spatial sense as they compare the length, mass and capacity of different objects as well as learn how calendars are organized to describe time.

-Financial literacy: Students learn to recognize Canadian coins and bills and compare their values.

 

Grade 2

-Number: work with numbers up to 200.

-Algebra: use shapes and numbers to continue with patterns and how to extend them.

-Data: Students continue to develop their understanding of data as they learn ways to collect, organize, display and interpret more complicated data.

-Spatial sense: continue to develop their spatial sense as they learn to visualize what different shapes look like when they are turned around or taken apart.

-Financial literacy: Students build on their understanding that money has value and identify different ways to represent the same amount of money.

 

Grade 3

-Number: Students work with numbers up to 1,000 and learn how to break down numbers in different ways.

-Algebra:  Students learn to identify and describe what repeats in a pattern.

-Data: Students continue to develop their understanding of data.

-Spatial sense: Students continue to develop their spatial sense as they recognize and describe three-dimensional objects and imagine what these objects would look like if they were taken apart or flipped around.

-Financial literacy: Students continue to develop their understanding of money by calculating the change required for simple transactions involving whole-dollar amounts.

 

Grade 4

-Number: Students work with numbers up to 10,000 and are introduced to decimals.

-Algebra: Students build their knowledge of patterning as they begin to classify patterns as repeating or increasing.

-Data: Developing an understanding of data continues as students collect, organize and display two or more data sets using frequency tables and multiple-bar graphs.

-Spatial sense: the characteristics and properties of a rectangle.

-Financial literacy: Students learn that there are different ways to pay for goods and services.

 

Grade 5

-Number: Students continue to work with numbers up to 100,000.

-Algebra: Students continue to classify patterns as repeating, growing and shrinking.

-Data: Students learn about the importance of using various sampling techniques to get “good” data.

-Spatial sense: The development of spatial sense continues as students study the triangle.

-Financial literacy: Students learn about different ways to transfer money between people and organizations, such as e-transfers and cheques.

 

Grade 6

-Number: In addition to working with numbers up to 1 million, students are introduced to integers.

-Algebra: Students continue to work with patterns and start to identify patterns that grow at a constant rate.

-Data: Students learn to distinguish between discrete data, such as the number of students, and continuous data, such as the amount of precipitation in centimeters.

-Spatial sense: Developing spatial sense continues with an emphasis on four-sided shapes.

-Financial literacy: The advantages and disadvantages of using different methods of payment for goods and services are explored.

 

Grade 7

-Number: Working with numbers up to 1 billion, students are introduced to rational numbers, such as perfect squares and square roots.

-Algebra: Students connect their understanding of whole-number patterns to patterns involving decimals.

-Data: Students learn how to use circle graphs to represent data.

-Spatial sense: Students continue to develop spatial sense as they study the circle.

-Financial literacy: Students begin to learn that international currencies have different values compared to Canadian dollars and understand how exchange rates work.

 

Grade 8

-Number: Students use scientific notation to understand, represent and compare very large and small numbers more easily, which is often required in Science.

-Algebra: Students continue to develop their understanding of patterns, including those that involve integers.

-Data: Students continue to build their data skills. They analyze data that is presented in more complex ways, such as in scatter plots, that show the relationship between two variables.

-Spatial sense: Students continue to develop spatial sense as they study right-angle triangles.

-Financial literacy: Students learn to create a plan to reach financial goals and identify ways to maintain balanced budgets.

Is mathematics a good career? How do I get certified in mathematics?

Are you wondering wether studying math or science in University is a good career for you? If you are thinking of studying maths in University and need a little help figuring out if it's a good decision, here are some jobs that you can have with an education and experience in mathematics:

-Data Scientist

-Machine Learning Expert

-Business Analyst

-Blockchain Developer

-Banker

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