Charlotte Mortimer


West Campus


e-mail me at for current office hours

Important Announcements
Online class information

If you are enrolling in one of my online classes, you can expect everything to take place online with the possibility of 1 or 2 exams being taken in a testing facility. If you are local, you can take the exam(s) that require proctoring in any of Valencia's testing centers. If you are not local, you will need to find a college campus or library in your area that will be willing to proctor a test. I'll need to get in touch with this facility to verify their services. For more specific information about my online classes or the online class that you're looking at enrolling in, please feel free to e-mail me at
Last updated 1/9/2020

Mixed Mode class information

My mixed mode classes can be thought of as online classes with the exception of a few class meetings where the entire class will review for each upcoming exam. See the "Note" when you search for classes for specific details on which days and times the class will actually meet. All class meetings will be required. All class meetings will be on the west campus. All exams must be taken on a Valencia campus in a Valencia testing center. You can expect approximately 6 exams throughout the semester. If you're looking for more specific information on the course you're intending to register for, please feel free to e-mail me at
Last updated 1/9/2020

Face to Face - Intermediate Algebra

If you are taking one of my face to face intermediate algebra classes, please be advised that these will be run as a flipped classroom. In a standard classroom, the instruction (often a lecture) takes place in the classroom and then students are left to do the homework on their own. In a flipped classroom (which is how this class will run), students watch video lectures at home and class time is for students to work on the homework. All the homework is online so students must bring some sort of device to work on homework. Laptops and tablets can be checked out from Valencia and brought to class.
Last updated 1/9/2020

Face to Face - College Mathematics

This class has been internationalized to fit the standards of the Global Distinction program. This means taking this class earns you 3 credit hours towards a Global Distinction notation on your transcripts. This will make you more marketable towards employers. I have internationalized the class by making the majority of my examples international in nature. One example of this is instead of categorizing Pixar movies, we will categorize studio Ghibli movies which is a Japanese version of Pixar. Students will also write their own problems that are international. This simply means taking one of my examples and replacing it with information from a different country. Outside of the globalization, this class is run traditionally where each class is for learning material, reviewing for an upcoming test, or taking a test. For more information on the Global Distinction Program or about the class, please e-mail me at
Last updated 1/9/2020