Healthy Forest Problem Solving
 Description: Plant a forest that offsets a city’s increasing carbon dioxide emissions using rates, graphs, and linear functions.

 Linear Equations: Graphing, Y-Intercept, Slope Concept Development
 Description: Understand that any linear equation can be written in slope-intercept form y = mx + b. Learn how to calculate the slope of a line as the ratio of rise to run and investigate different slope properties.

 Order of Operations Concept Development
 Description: Understand that Order of Operations gives the rules for the correct order when performing operations. Appreciate why Order of Operations is important and learn how to apply the rules in order.

 Patterns I: Finding and Extending Concept Development
 Description: Learn how to identify a pattern and predict the next term.  Understand that there can be multiple ways to analyze and view a pattern.

 Patterns II:  Function Rules Concept Development
 Description: Realize that a number pattern can be described by a rule using term numbers as input.  Learn how to analyze a number pattern and write a rule for the pattern using function notation.

 Phone Plan Problem Solving
 Description: Design a phone plan to maximize revenue using data analysis, linear functions, averages, and problem solving.

 Rate Concept Development
 Description: Understand that rate compares two quantities of different kinds of units and learn how to express rates as unit rates.

 Sequences Concept Development
 Description: Explore the characteristics of two special sequences: arithmetic and geometric sequences.

 Simplifying Expressions Concept Development
 Description: Understand that expressions are simplified when replaced by equivalent expressions by combining all like terms and removing all parentheses. Learn to identify terms, like terms, and coefficients. Review and use the distributive property.

 Solving Equations Concept Development
 Description: Understand that solving an equation means to find values of a variable that make the equation true. Discover equations can be changed as long as the same operation is performed to both sides. Learn to solve one- and two-step equations by isolating the variable.