This course introduces students to the Alberta Math Curriculum (Western Canada Protocol) and covers concepts learned in grades K-12. At the high school level, exceptional learners will have a modified program as outlined in their IPPs. Indigenous educational assistants will receive training in the nature of tutoring that these students will require. The math curriculum is divided into four strands: 1) numbers, 2) patterns and relations, 3) shape and space, and 4) statistics and probability. Students will be instructed in the specific strategies to solve math problems in each of these strands and will become familiar with the terminology used in the language of math.