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Hone your math or computer science skills in person or online
I help students age 10 to adult to develop their math and computer science skills. There are two different ways you can learn from me:
1. Take a Course with me at Northwestern (grades 4-12)
I teach a number of courses for the Center for Talent Development on the campus of Northwestern University and online. Some of these courses offer high school credit. The courses I teach are shown below. See the CTD website for a complete list of courses and requirements.
2. Learn on Your Own For Free
I make my videos and resources available on this site for your learning pleasure. Poke around the course pages. There are video and interactive lessons, and lots of links to resources for learning. If you're interested in any of the course material, don't be intimidated by standardized test scores that appear in course requirements. These courses are designed for anybody who wants to invest time and effort in learning something new. Some of the courses require textbooks or software that cost money. My long term plan is to use only free resources for all of my courses.
Contact TJ Leone at email@example.com or call 847-951-0127.
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Geometry Resources for 6 and up
Leone Learning Systems, Inc. (LLS) is a North Shore company that provides online courses for kids anywhere and local teaching and tutoring services for students in Chicago and the Northern Suburbs of Chicagoland. LLS also provides a free geometry software package for children age 6 and up, and free resources for teachers and parents. This site includes information about tutoring and classes provided, learning activities for kids, lesson plans, and ongoing software and curriculum research and development efforts.