About the Course


This course allows students in grade 3 to continue to learn from home while using Investigations in Number, Data, and Space as a resource. Students work side by side with Dr. Deena while solidifying numeracy concepts deemed appropriate by the U.S. Common Core Standards.

Dr. Deena Amiry


Dr. Deena Amiry earned her B.S. from Georgetown University with a certificate in education and a medal for outstanding achievement in student teaching. She earned her Masters’ degree from Middlebury College and her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in Romance Languages, where she served as a lecturer of French language and literature. Dr. Amiry worked in several private schools in the United States, including the prestigious Dalton School in New York City. At Dalton, alongside teaching responsibilities, Dr. Amiry served as Dean of the 9th grade and department chair of middle and high school foreign languages.

In Egypt, Dr. Deena Amiry co-founded and headed the International School of Egypt in New Cairo in 2009. In 2012, Dr. Deena moved on and founded the Young Scholars of Egypt (YSE) microschool, an educational program for children ages 3-18 that aims to provide students with an education that prepares them for the 21st century. In 2019, alongside ACT’s founding team, Dr. Deena brought YSE under ACT’s umbrella to create a network of connected microschools.

Course Curriculum


  Unit 1: Trading Stickers, Combining Coins
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  Unit 2: Surveys and Line Plots (Data Analysis)
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  Stories tables and graphs (unit 6)
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  Find Fair Shares (unit 7)
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  How Many Hundreds? How Many Miles? (unit 8)
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  Unit 9: 3-D Geometry and Measurement
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