Workplace Math 11 is geared towards students who are not heading into highly academic fields in post-secondary such as Sciences, Engineering, Nursing, Computer Programming, etc. In contrast, Workplace Math 11 teaches hands-on, real-life, applicable Math content and helps develop skills through project-based learning.

Students in this course will examine big ideas in math including financial planning and probability, with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking skills.  Specifically, students will cover topics such as Combinatorics, Probability, Regression, Financial Planning and more.

StudyForge Workplace Math 11 is intentionally designed for student success, featuring elements such as:

  • Video, Audio and Hands-on instruction through videos and interactives
  • Practice questions with detailed solutions for self-assessment
  • A student notebook that accompanies the instruction, to enhance engagement with course material
  • Summative assessments for each module – randomized to allow retests for mastery
  • A customized dashboard to let you know which students are most needing your help
  • A variety of Inquiry-based projects
  • Solution Files & Answer Keys
  • And more.

Workplace Math 11 requires that students have completed the prerequisite course: Workplace Math 10.

Table of Contents

*Each lesson is designed to take 60 – 90 minutes to complete with the exception of major projects and assignments.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scales & Review of Proportions
Lesson 2: Scale Drawings and Models
Lesson 3: 2D Representations
Lesson 4: 3D Representations
Lesson 1: Dice Games (Review of Probability)
Lesson 2: Coins, Dice and Spinners (Expected Value)
Lesson 3: Card Games (Independence vs Dependence)
Lesson 4: Board Games (Theoretical vs Experimental)
Lesson 5: Insurance Payouts
Lesson 1: Exploring Data
Lesson 2: Frequency Tables, Histograms, and Frequency Polygons
Lesson 3: Confidence Intervals
Lesson 4: Misuse of Statistics
Lesson 5: Misleading Graphs
Lesson 1: Personal Budgets
Lesson 2: Financial Services and Banking
Lesson 3: Simple and Compound Interest
Lesson 4: Credit Cards and Store Promotions
Lesson 5: Loans and Lines of Credit
Lesson 6: Investments
Lesson 7: Mortgages
Lesson 8: Buying vs. Leasing a Car
Lesson 1: Make Your Own Animation – Project
Lesson 2: Common Misconceptions – Project
Lesson 3: Manipulating Sports Statistics – Project
Lesson 4: Going For The Prize – Project

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StudyForge has been an effective instructional program for students who are learning math. There are many visual representations as well as audio explanations on all the topics. Most of the practice questions provide both an answer and a solution to help students understand the procedures. From the teacher’s perspective, the course instruction can be easily rearranged for students who need a review of concepts from a previous grade.


Online Teacher at EBUS Academy

I have been using the StudyForge math videos for a year now. The benefits were immediate as I was able to free up the time spent with my students to better track their progress and construct personalized learning goals. My students love the ease of use of the system and most of all, the increase in their test scores! I can’t ever imagine going back to a traditional classroom!


Blended Teacher at Brampton Christian School

I think the videos are excellent. Unlike lectures, I can actually rewind back and forth as much as I want. In class, students kind of miss important information because they are busy writing notes.

Alice P

StudyForge Student

I love the reporting tool. In my distributed learning context, seeing student’s work habits in a helpful format has become invaluable to me. I wouldn’t ever want to give one on one help to students again without the course overview report handy!

Ryan J.

Online Teacher

Course Features

  • Interactive applets which help foster a conceptual and intuitive understanding of fundamental topics.
  • Digital DESMOS Graphing Calculator within the course
  • Inquiry-Based Projects such as:
    • Making Your Own Animation
    • Mythbusting Common Misconceptions
    • Manipulating Sports Statistics
    • An Unexpected Offer From A Long Lost Relative

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