The Math Center
The central goal of the Math Center is to provide learning services in mathematics for all students attending Dunwoody College of Technology. Individual and small-group study sessions, interactive math workshops, faculty-led Guided Study Recitations, online resources, and math study skills are provided on a drop-in basis. The learning environment of the Math Center is safe, supportive, and friendly, which diminishes math anxiety.
“I can’t say enough good things about Eeris Fritz and the Elftmann Student Success Center! I came to Dunwoody as an older student lacking in math skills, [and] after a semester with Eeris I feel confident with my math skills and ready to start the next phase of my professional life.”
— Joe Hebert, HASD
Math Guided Study
Guided Study Recitations are provided by the faculty of the Elftmann Student Success Center in an effort to give support and guidance for students throughout their technical program at Dunwoody. It involves an expert teacher leading an informal lecture, discussion, and guided practice in various areas of weakness dependent on student demand. Online resources and self-assessment practice is also offered through Guided Study Recitations. Students attend Guided Study Recitations for free and on a voluntary basis, and are encouraged to bring questions or homework.
Areas of Support
- Boolean Algebra
- Formula Transposition
- Basic Electrical Physics (Ohm’s and Watt’s Laws)
- Basic physics of the electron
- Using Ohm’s and Watt’s Laws
- DC series circuits
- Parallel circuits
- Combination circuits
- Relationship between Ohm’s and Watt’s laws
- Problem-solving techniques for hypothetical scenarios
- And Gates, Or Gates, Nand Gates, and Nor Gates
- Techniques for analysis of logic circuits
- Integration of Boolean algebra and binary manipulations with logic circuit analysis
For more information, contact Eeris Fritz: firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-381-8122, Black 52D or Classroom A in the Elftmann Student Success Center.
Eeris holds Guided Study Help Sessions every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. or by appointment.