Math Center – Spring 22 Tutoring

Spring 2022 tutoring ends on Tues. 5/10. Summer 2022 tutoring begins on Mon. 5/23. Mon. – Thurs. are in-person faculty and peer tutoring and Fri. are virtual only. Note that available summer tutoring subjects and hours may vary. 

FOR VIRTUAL – On the day/time of your session, you will receive via your CCM email a WebEx/Zoom invite to join your tutor (BE LOGGED IN ON TIME).  In addition to our tutoring services, the Center offers the 24/7 Smarthinking online tutoring portal, which is available via Blackboard in over 150 subjects.

College Algebra Workshop Series Topics – Spring 2022

These workshops are focused on MAT 016, MAT 110 and MAT 123 courses, but all other math courses are welcomed!

To attend these sessions, students will need to sign up on the TutorTrac scheduling system at https://tutortrac.ccm.edu; use your CCM student credentials to sign in. Upon signing in, select “Search Availability” under Student Options on the left-hand side of the screen. Next, select “Math Center” and then select the course and date range. You can sign up to 6 days in advance. Make your appointment no later than 24 hours before the day of the session. You will receive an email in the morning with information on how to join the Zoom session.

1 – Solving linear equations and inequalities; applications – Thursday, 1/27 – 12:30-1:30 Professor Frye
2 – Graphing & Writing the Equations of Lines – Thursday, 2/3 – 12:30-1:30 Professsor Stigliano
3 – Systems of Equations and Applications – Thursday, 2/17 – 12:30-1:30 Professor Frye
4 – Exponent Rules & Polynomial Operations – Thursday, 2/24 – 12:30-1:30 Professor Stigliano
5 – Factoring – Tuesday, 3/1 – 12:30-1:30 Professor Wolfgang / Factoring – Thursday, 3/3 – 12:30-1:30 Professor Frye
6 – Operations on Rational Expressions – Thursday, 3/24 12:30-1:30 Professor Poetsch
7 – Rational Equations and Applications –  Thursday, 3/31 12:30-1:30 Professor Frye
8 – Radical Equations – Tuesday, 4/5 12:30-1:30 Professor Poetsch
9 – Quadratic Equations –  Thursday, 4/28 12:30-1:30 Professor Frye
10 – Graphing Quadratic Functions – Tuesday, 5/3 12:30-1:30 Professor Poetsch

Calculus Workshop Series – Spring 2022

These workshops are focused on MAT131 & MAT132 – Calc I & II courses. 

To attend these sessions, students will need to sign up on the TutorTrac scheduling system at https://tutortrac.ccm.edu; use your CCM student credentials to sign in. Upon signing in, select “Search Availability” under Student Options on the left-hand side of the screen. Next, select “Math Center” and then select the course and date range. You can sign up to 6 days in advance. Make your appointment no later than 24 hours before the day of the session. You will receive an email in the morning with information on how to join the Zoom session.

Workshop #1: Calc I Basics for Calc II Students
Prof. Sabella
Date: Wednesday, 2/2 at 12:30 pm
Workshop open to MAT 132 students
Differentiation Review
Review of basic differentiation formulas and rules (power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule)
Write equation of tangent line
Integration Review
Review of basic integration formulas and rules
Evaluate indefinite integrals using basic integration techniques including substitution.
Evaluate definite integrals.

Workshop #2: Precalculus Highlights for Calc I and Calc II Students
Prof. Persau
Date: Thursday, 2/3 at 12:30 pm
Workshop open to MAT 131 and MAT 132 students
Algebra Highlights
Square root property
Rules of exponents and logs
Solving absolute value inequalities
Trig Highlights
Definitions of trig functions and inverse trig functions. Key trig identities.

Graphing Highlights
Transformations of parent functions
Review of x = y2
Horizontal and vertical asymptotes

Workshop #3: Differentiation Review for Calc I
Prof. Sabella
Date: Wednesday, 3/2 at 12:30 pm
Workshop open to MAT 131 and MAT 132 students
Review of basic differentiation formulas and rules (power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule)
Write equation of tangent line

Workshop #4: Unit Circle workshop for Precalculus
Prof. Frye
Date: Thursday, 4/21 at 12:30 pm
Workshop open to MAT MAT 123, MAT 131, and MAT 132 students

The Unit Circle is utilized to evaluate trigonometric functions at main angles – some tips and
tricks for how to make sure you can evaluate these without a calculator and how to use these
abilities to solve trigonometric equations will be covered. Intended for current Precalculus
students or above. Prior exposure to trigonometry is required.

Workshop #5: Integration Review for Calc I
Prof. Sabella
Date: Wednesday, 4/27 at 12:30 pm
Workshop open to MAT 131 and MAT 132 students

Review of basic integration formulas and rules
Evaluate indefinite integrals using basic integration techniques including substitution.
Evaluate definite integrals.

If you still need extra help, remember to make your one-on-one virtual math tutoring appointments on our website www.ccm.edu/tutoring-center or access our 24/7 Online tutoring via Smarthinking on Blackboard.
The Math Center is located on the first floor of DeMare Hall, DH 156 inside the Tutoring Center.  Tutoring is conducted by both peer and faculty tutors. Services include one-on-one tutoring appointments, weekly reviews, and group tutoring sessions in various subjects. If you wish to schedule an appointment, click here. Any questions, call 973-328-5367, email tutorcenter@ccm.edu, or stop by DeMare Hall 156.