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Cerebellum Corp. Releases Video Program to Supplement Algebra Curriculum

Posted May 27, 2010
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Cerebellum Corporation, the producer and distributor of the Standard Deviants videos, has developed a comprehensive algebra program for middle and high school students. Based on state standards and extensive market research, Teaching Systems Algebra provides an engaging video program that reinforces the most difficult algebra topics, including functions, quadratic equations, and linear inequalities, according to the announcement.

Each Teaching Systems Algebra video provides a comprehensive review of algebraic and linear equations using step-by-step explanations and visual examples. A supplemental digital workbook is provided with each module which includes graphic organizers, key terms, and practice problems to reinforce the video topics.

Teaching Systems Algebra includes Foundations of Algebra ($49.98), Functions ($49.98), Algebra Mechanics ($49.98), Linear Equations ($49.98), Linear Inequalities ($49.98), Polynomials & Factoring ($49.98), and Quadratic Equations ($49.98). All titles will be available in July 2010.

For more information, visit Cerebellum's website at

Source: Cerebellum,

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