Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches

HL
unit icon 19 Units
unit icon 212 Lessons
unit icon 2 Years
Mathematics Analysis and Approaches HL is a course designed for students who wish to study mathematics in-depth and gain a formal understanding of the subject. It will appeal to students who are interested in exploring real and abstract applications of mathematical concepts. They will enjoy problem solving and generalisation. This course is suitable for students who may go on to further study in subjects that have a significant level of mathematics content, for example mathematics itself, engineering, physical sciences or economics.

Year 1

US$1,390 *

Year 2

US$1,460 *

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Course Structure

The course covers the following topics:

  • Number and Algebra
  • Functions
  • Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Calculus
  • Number and Algebra
  • Functions
  • Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Calculus

The Benefits

Taking Mathematics Analysis and Approaches HL online will enable students to:
  • be supported by highly experienced IB teachers.
  • develop independence in learning and time-management.
  • develop their ability to work in a connected world.
  • become experienced in a wide range of online learning tools.
  • better cope with online learning demands in higher education.

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Course Structure

The five areas below are covered during the HL courses. There is a core set of topics for each area. In addition some of these core topics are considered in more depth and there are also a series of extra topics.

In addition to this the course contains investigative and inquiry-based learning, supporting the students in their internally assessed exploration task.

There is some content that is common with Mathematics SL Analysis and Approaches course but the Mathematics SL Applications and Interpretation has a stronger emphasis on modelling and on using probability and statistics in practical scenarios.

Haese Mathematics eTextbook

This course is dependent on student etextbooks provided by Haese Mathematics and hosted on the Haese Mathematics Snowflake platform. Please ensure you check the Haese Mathematics Snowflake Learning guidance to ensure your systems are able to access this service. This service is provided as part of the Pamoja course fee.

What is different in taking Mathematics Analysis and Approaches HL online?

Students will have the opportunity to:
  • access a structured learning environment that provides flexibility and support in equal measure.
  • develop their organisational skills.
  • study alongside students from around the world.
  • gain experience of using the latest online learning tools.
Some things won’t be different though. Standards and expectations will be just as high as in a face to face classroom.

Material Covered through the Course

The five areas below are covered during the HL courses. There is a core set of topics for each area. In addition some of these core topics are considered in more depth and there are also a series of extra topics.
  • Number and Algebra.
  • Functions.
  • Geometry and Trigonometry.
  • Probability and Statistics.
  • Calculus.
The course contains investigative and inquiry-based learning, supporting students in their internally assessed exploration task. There is some content that is common with the Mathematics HL Applications and Interpretations course but the Mathematics Analysis and Approaches HL has a greater emphasis on calculus, and theoretical approaches.

Assessment and Activities

Teacher and students have regular weekly opportunities to assess progress and attainment.  Some activities assess student achievement against formal criteria, such as worksheets, problem sets or quizzes.  Learning is also supported with discussion forums, email, and regular live lessons in the online classroom.

Advice from Our Teachers

In order to succeed, it is recommended students set aside seven to ten hours a week. A Graphical Display calculator is required for this course. Pamoja recommends the following two calculators: Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Texas Instruments TI-Nspire (a non CAS version)

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