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Discovering Math Through Magic - PASADENA: Feb/Mar/Apr/May (Tue) Grades 7-12th

Discovering Math Through Magic - PASADENA: Feb/Mar/Apr/May (Tue) Grades 7-12th

Summary: In our upcoming session, we'll delve into the intriguing world of mathematics through a series of engaging and thought-provoking magic tricks. Aimed at students and their parents, this hour-long demonstration will cover a range of mathematical concepts, from the mystifying properties of specific numbers to the principles of probability and number sense. Through interactive examples, such as impossible predictions and uncovering patterns in nature, participants will experience the fun and magic hidden within mathematical principles. This event is designed to spark curiosity and demonstrate the practical and sometimes magical applications of math in everyday life.


Class Details

Instructor: James W.

Grades: 7th-12th

Meeting Time: 3:30PM to 4:30PM

Meeting Day: Tuesday

Sessions & Meeting Dates

  • February Start Date: 2/27
  • March Start Date: 3/12
  • April Start Date: 4/9
  • May Start Date: 5/7

Class Length: 3 weeks

Cost: $115

Class Minimum: 3

Class Maximum: 10

Location: AdLife Academy (539 N. Lake Ave, Pasadena CA 91101)



About the Instructor

James was homeschooled for ten years before going to community college and then transferring to UCLA (grad 2008). With a passion for education and a love of math, he has been helping students find educational insights for over 10 years. Now working as a full time tutor and teacher in the San Gabriel Valley, his skill set is as thorough and varied as ever. He’s taught Math Team for the past 3 years and gone on to compete at the state level each time. In that time, he created and implemented over a dozen successful group classes. Over the years, he has enabled hundreds of students to learn better, score higher, and gain confidence. Having been homeschooled himself, he possesses special insights into the ins and outs that come with homeschooling.


He has taught a wide variety of topics from programming to pre-algebra to advanced calculus and everything in between. It’s his desire to inspire a new generation of thinkers and problem solvers to develop a passion and love for math and critical thinking.

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