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AIM teaches math used in jobs that employ graduates with 2- and 4-year degrees.
Real = Relevant
AIM is real to students because they can see how the math applies as they build robots to meet challenges, designing those robots using CAD and process design software. AIM is real because the math can lead to high-tech jobs.
Real = Rigorous
Too often, "relevant" means "not as hard." AIM is specifically designed with the rigor associated with pre-calculus or statistics classes. Exploratory learning is combined with Accuplacer-like weekly tests that demand mastery of the content.
Analytical Integrated Math (AIM)
is a math course for high school seniors. It teaches the math used in high-tech jobs.
Using educational robots as tools, AIM is exploratory learning that meets Texas educational requirements for Engineering Math. It prepares students for the Accuplacer and for college.
2013 AIM Customers in Texas:
- Brownsville ISD - Robinson ISD - Llano ISD - Lamar Consolidated ISD - Lewisville ISD - LaVega ISD -
- Weslaco ISD - Richardson ISD - Waco ISD - San Benito ISD - Gonzales ISD -