AR AIMS AP Calculus Newsletter
Volume 3 Issue 4
What is the best way to prepare your students for the AP Exam?
The AR AIMS AP Math Mock Reading - April 7th and 8th (Face-to-face!)
Register for the AR AIMS AP Math Mock Reading April 7th and 8th at the Delta Hotels by Marriott in Little Rock (formerly the Crowne Plaza). More information can be found at the Registration Link and Flyer Below.
AR AIMS After Hours Discussion Forum - AP Calculus Teachers Only - February 1st at 5:00 pm
Topic: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and its applications
We are hosting our next round of the AR AIMS After Hours Discussion Forum on February 1st at 5:00pm via zoom. We will discuss the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and its Applications. If you are interested, please register at the link below:
Registration is open for the AR AIMS LTF Infused Summer Workshops for Grade 6 Math through Pre-Calculus
Registration is open for our summer workshops. There will be a face to face and a virtual option. More information can be found at the registration link and flyer below.
Tony Record's Dropbox
I've heard wonderful things from teachers across the state about Tony's resources and finally found a link to the drop box he shared in the AP Calculus Facebook Group. I struggled to download the entire folder, but was able to download individual files. The exams for each unit look really helpful! Let me know what you think.
Calcmedic Blog Post
U-substitution is a topic that can difficult for students to master (and for teachers to teach!). Calcmedic wrote a blog post with tips on the best way to approach this topic. I thought it was fantastic and wanted to share! There are files included in the post that you will find really helpful as well.
Incorporating AP FRQ into your Class
As you progress through the year and cover more content, you can begin to encorporate released AP Free Response Questions into your curriculum. This is a great way for you to begin to prepare your students for the exam, and they can easliy see how what they are learning in the classroom relates to what they will see on the exam. Try question #4 from the 2021 exam!