AMPED on Algebra

Program & Workshops

AMPED on Algebra Workshops

Early Bird Pricing $1895/per person (before April 30th)
Standard Pricing: $2195/per person (after April 30th)
Includes math curriculum, CTE curriculum, activities, tests, quizzes, answer keys, training, and licensing.

For additional information and to help answer any questions please refer to the Workshop Specifics.

During this 4-day activity workshop, you will receive curriculum and activities that connect Algebra 1 to Career and Technical Education programs in Business, Entrepreneurship, Graphic Design, and Manufacturing Processes.
  • Come alone or as a team
  • Receive ongoing coaching and support
  • Improve state standardized test scores
  • Increase employability skills of students

Upcoming Workshops

Grayslake, IL

June 10-13, 2024

Cedar Falls, IA (Iowa Teacher)

June 17 – 20, 2024

Central Rivers Area Educational Agency is handling the registration

Cedar Falls, IA (Non-Iowa Teacher)

June 17 – 20, 2024

Grand Rapids, MI

June 24-27, 2024

Denver, CO

July 29 – Aug 1, 2024

More Workshops Coming Soon!


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AMPED on Algebra program is built on the same foundational beliefs and practices as the Geometry in Construction program.

Creating a program for all students to be successful.

Math is not watered down.  In fact, the AMPED on Algebra program contains all objectives and standards delivered in a traditional 4-wall Algebra 1 classroom and will be taught through real world, project based lessons, labs, and activities creating a richer, more robust learning environment for students.  We believe rigor, relevance, and relationships are key to the success of our students.  Additionally, AMPED on Algebra is fully aligned with the national standards.

Annually, AMPED on Algebra students will operate a business running an advanced fabrication lab customizing textile products and manufacturing other items comprised of wood, metal, and/or plastic.  The proceeds generated from the business aspect of the program will be utilized to self fund the venture and provide philanthropic opportunities for students through community service or monetary gifts to local charities.  Students learn skill sets in various engineering techniques including sublimation, CNC operations, and rapid prototyping.  Additional areas for student engagement include composite technologies, alternative energies, and automation robotics.

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