I have highly motivated students who are preparing for careers in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) field. They have decided to take Advanced Placement Calculus to prepare them for the courses in their college degree program.
My students come to me outside the regular class period to get one-on-one help.
They become upset with themselves when they miss a problem on a quiz or test. They work hard on their homework and ask me questions about it in class.
I am excited about the quality of my students and their desire to work hard to succeed. I am hoping they can all pass the AP Exam and that some of them will achieve the top score on the Exam.
The lecture notes will allow my students to explore the class notes to better understand the Calculus concepts. Many of the questions on the AP Exam require them to identify the concept before they can apply it. This is my second year teaching the AP Calculus course and I have heard good feedback on these lecture note resources.
The set of multiple choice questions will give them lots of practice problems from the different Calculus concept areas to help them prepare for the Multiple Choice portion of the AP Exam.
It is important for them to work quickly through these questions to answer as many as possible in the given time. The more they practice these in specific concept areas, the more problems they will work on the actual exam.
My students are highly motivated to use these resources and this will allow them to have a set to use in the classroom and for take home problems.
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